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Archive for June, 2014

The journey

The journey. See post at Jericho Tree.

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Vocation to Love, part 7: Job, Career or Vocation? See post at Jericho Tree by Sr Margaret Atkins.

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The real dangers of Lord Falconer’s Assisted Dying Bill. See post at Jericho Tree.

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The sound of silence. See post by Fr Martin Boland.

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Preparing for Confirmation. See post by Hannah Vaughan-Spruce at Jericho Tree.

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The Sacrament of Holy Orders: a new DVD resource for parishes, schools, vocation groups and catechesis. See post at Jericho Tree.

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The call to be a missionary disciple, to cast fire on the earth, is a call to heroism. The problem is that most of us are not heroes. So does that mean we have to just give up? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang.

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Some exciting news about the Confirmation Programme. See post at Jericho Tree by Hannah Vaughan-Spruce.

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Seven habits of highly effective Catholics. See post at Jericho Tree by Anne Morton.

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Tinder: the dangers and delights of mobile app dating. See post at Jericho Tree.

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Volunteer missionaries at SPEC. See post at Jericho Tree.

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Why the backers of assisted dying keep coming back. See post at Jericho Tree from Catholic Voices.

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The beauty and power of the Sacrament of Marriage: a new DVD resource for parishes, schools, catechetical groups and couples themselves. See post at Jericho Tree.

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The secret of authentic communication: the example of St Boniface. See post by Fr Stephen Wang at Jericho Tree.

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Great Catholic websites. See post at Jericho Tree.

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Spirit in the City: coming to the West End of London next week. See post at Jericho Tree.

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So many people feel the absence of God in their lives, because of their struggles with faith, their inner darkness, or the sense of helplessness and abandonment that can come through experiences of great suffering. In this homily for the Feast of the Ascension, Fr Stephen Wang reflects on this sense of loss, and how to interpret it from a Christian perspective. See the post at Jericho Tree.

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