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Category Archives: Faith
Just a reminder, I’m not blogging here any more. I now blog over at RestlessPilgrim.net!
I recently told this story to a friend of mine. As I was driving home afterwards, I thought that it might be worth sharing here too… When I was living back in England, my parish had a Hospital Visiting Ministry … Continue reading
I now have several posts in draft which I will be posting next week once I have had a chance to proof-read them. However, today I wanted to draw your attention to a really interesting documentary which was recently aired … Continue reading
In a previous post I spoke about one of my favourite people, Archbishop Fulton Sheen. I spoke about how I came to discover him, his sermons and writings, as well as try and describe something of the impact he had upon me. … Continue reading
This week is Holy Week and as the LifeTeen band isn’t playing this weekend, it means I can spend Easter at my favourite church, an Eastern Rite (Byzantine) Catholic parish near to where I live. Alleluia!…well, almost 😉 One of … Continue reading
As I mentioned a while ago, I’ve started teaching myself New Testament Greek. This endeavor has already started bearing some rather fruity tidbits… In the first few lessons I learnt the Greek alphabet and, even with this basic information, certain … Continue reading