• ‘Thou shalt not kill’ – not even a murderer

    May 19, 2023

    Christian literature from the first three centuries consistently affirms that the earliest followers of Jesus Christ completely rejected all forms of violence and bloodshed – no abortion, no euthanasia, no war, no death penalty.

  • The motive behind the intent

    May 12, 2023

    The money finishing did not end the project. One of the twelve happened to tell her different Lenten story to a friend who was a gynaecologist.

  • Identity: Identified, Navigating the challenges of life

    May 12, 2023

    Living a life of faith in our modern world is challenging, especially when things don’t go right for us. We often struggle and have doubts.

  • Of innocence, purity and chastity

    May 12, 2023

    Inside the rite for Christian baptism there’s a little ritual that is at once both touching and unrealistic.

  • Letting go and moving forward: Forgiveness

    May 05, 2023

    Let all bitterness and wrath and anger and clamour and slander be put away from you, along with all malice.

  • What noble work

    May 05, 2023

    The neurologically atypical community, me included, often sugarcoat or dilute the challenges faced by this community.

  • Generous orthodoxy

    May 05, 2023

    There’s a saying attributed to Attila the Hun, a fifth century ruler infamous for his cruelty, which reads this way: For me to be happy, it’s not just important that I succeed; it’s also important that everyone else fails.

  • Seeing God’s creation through the eyes of a child

    May 05, 2023

    The world became so crisp. I graduated to contact lenses in college. I had to add reading glasses in middle age.

  • After the Resurrection, what now?

    Apr 22, 2023

    At Easter, we celebrated Jesus’ triumph over Death with much joy.

  • He descended into hell

    Apr 22, 2023

    The Church points out to us that “The Apostles’ Creed confesses in the same article Christ’s descent into hell and His Resurrection from the dead on the third day, because in His Passover, it was precisely out of the depths of death that He made life spring forth.”