The Kingdom Come: God’s Purpose and Power is Refined in our Weakness
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The Kingdom Come: God’s Purpose and Power is Refined in our Weakness

On the Way to Pentecost: The Power of Prayer
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On the Way to Pentecost: The Power of Prayer

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Faith on the Frontline: Christian Emergency Workers
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Faith on the Frontline: Christian Emergency Workers

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Laudato Si’ Week: a Poem by John Kirwan MHM
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Laudato Si’ Week: a Poem by John Kirwan MHM

IN IT TOGETHER                                          (A villanelle) Can any on our tiny earth avoid the climates’ change? We are in it together.      How find the wonder of a truly fair exchange? Floods, droughts and storms come to derange Our trees, grains, blooms, fruit, herbs and heather… Can any on our tiny earth avoid the climates’ change? …

Thy Kingdom Come: Global Wave of Prayer between Ascension and Pentecost
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Thy Kingdom Come: Global Wave of Prayer between Ascension and Pentecost

Join the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know the love and peace of Jesus Christ. May 21st – May 31st 2020 Read more

Candles in the Night – a Prayer for the World
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Candles in the Night – a Prayer for the World

Filmed during the days of the Covid 19 lockdown in central London, Father Pat Browne and seminarian Patrick van der Vorst, pray for our world in this 17 minute video. Please join them for prayer, reflection and singing.

‘You’ve Got a Friend’ – Charming Lockdown Video
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‘You’ve Got a Friend’ – Charming Lockdown Video

The video had hardly been up 24 hours, when on Sunday evening, Carole King shared a clip from the video on her Instagram page. Simon said: “I couldn’t believe it – but right from the start, this project was all about trying to bring happiness in these difficult times, so now that she has shared…

UK’s Cardinal Vincent Nichols on Safely Re-opening Churches
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UK’s Cardinal Vincent Nichols on Safely Re-opening Churches

What we want to say (to ministers) is that the issue of how people are able to practice their faith are profound and are sensitive and we would like a bit more sensitivity from the government. And we would like to remind them that the Catholic Church certainly has put forward already detailed protocols, agreed…

Pietà Re-imagined in Times of Corona
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Pietà Re-imagined in Times of Corona

This is “Good Friday 2020” by Ukrainian Jesuit, Vyacheslav Okun, who is a professor of philosophy at the Jesuit Ignatian University in Krakow and also at the Vatican. This striking new art work is based on Caravaggio’s “The Entombment of Christ”, and is described by artist Diana Muñiz in the following way: “In this Pietà,…

Laudato Si’ Week: 16 – 24 May
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Laudato Si’ Week: 16 – 24 May

Nature is sending us a message with the coronavirus pandemic and the ongoing climate crisis, according to the UN’s environment chief, Inger Andersen. Destructive practices – such as logging, mining, industrial farming – which drive wildlife into contact with people must be reviewed. Live animal markets – an ideal mixing bowl for disease – must…

Rockstar Bono Witnesses to his Faith in Jesus
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Rockstar Bono Witnesses to his Faith in Jesus

Bono, the lead singer of U2 rockband, speaks candidly of his faith in Jesus, the place of prayer in his life, relating to God.

The Forgotten Pandemic – by Bill Tollan MHM
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The Forgotten Pandemic – by Bill Tollan MHM

THE FORGOTTEN PANDEMIC Recently, for some reason, I recalled a strange daily ritual that took place in the morning in the Chapel of St Joseph’s College in Mill Hill. (I was a student there from 1955 to 1959.) What was going on? At that time there were about 120 students of theology in Mill Hill,…