Part 1 of 3 of an interview with Tim Mackie and Jon Collins of The Bible Project, exploring some of the biblical themes that connect to Ignatian spirituality.
God’s love is poured out upon us abundantly, and the scriptures often symbolise this as food.
Each day, Erin and her patients encounter the thin places where heaven and earth touch.
Being a Disciple is the first stage in the Christian life, but Christ is calling us to a deeper role: being an Apostle, one who is sent.
Politics stirs up deep emotions within us, but can we really separate our spirituality from politics? The messiness of elections speaks a lot to the messiness of discernment.
Kate Mroz examines why the #NeverTrump movement is lacking. The issues at hand are much bigger than Trump.
It’s often said that the fruit of our labour is not always seen. In his ministry, Tony understands this; he understands that he is a humble gardener in God’s garden.
We must allow the Spirit of Pentecost to let us be fearless in speaking the love and truth of the Good News to all the world.
Christ is calling you to change the world, and you have a specific role. How would you respond?