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The Virtue of Faith

By: Nathan Deg “And now these three remain: faith hope and love; but the greatest of these is love.”  (1 Cor 13:13) Faith is one of those words – used all the time – that is a bit mysterious...
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The paradox of the economy of love

By: Carla Mckenzie The ‘feeding of the multitudes’ miracle (recorded in all four Gospels) where Jesus multiplies the loaves and fishes, presents us as Catholics with so many layers of meaning. There...
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Why would I want to be virtuous?

By: Franci Williamson To be described as virtuous is certainly is not one of the adjectives that our modern sensibilities hanker for. So… what does it mean? Is it just an outdated mode of being? Or is it...
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Signposts

By: Nathan Deg I’ve often heard people tell these amazing and moving stories about their faith.  How they first met Jesus, how they came to know Him.  These stories are always moving and inspiring.  My...
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To Jesus, through Mary

By: Nqobile Ngcobo I grew up a cradle Catholic with an understanding that God was somewhere ‘there’ and I was ‘here’. The idea of having a personal relationship with God had not crossed my mind....
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The Temptation of Dragon Riding

By: Nathan Deg Temptation is something that we have all experienced. It’s the desire to do something that you know is wrong. Everyone is tempted by something (or, more realistically, many...
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An attitude of gratitude

By: Carla McKenzie As I walked down the pavement after mass a few Sunday’s ago, I revelled in the warm Autumn sun. I’ve just moved to a new town this year and was overwhelmed by the beauty of it – the...