Columns

  • Beyond Easter: The Pauline ministry to the Gentiles — and a reminder

    Apr 22, 2022

    At Easter, we celebrate the triumph of life over death, the vindication of Jesus' earthly ministry by the Father.

  • Raised from my Tomb

    Apr 22, 2022

    Part of me desired to love God and His Church, yet another part was feeling unwanted and dejected, and wanted to stay away from the Church as much as possible.

  • Then God created light again

    Apr 22, 2022

    It doesn’t matter whether you picture the origin of time the way science does, as beginning with the Big Bang, or whether you take the biblical account of the origins of the world literally.

  • Let’s start from the very beginning… Integral ecology

    Apr 22, 2022

    Ever tried starting to read a book in the middle? One would likely get lost – not knowing where we came from and how we arrived there.

  • Easter is a love story

    Apr 16, 2022

    The Lord is risen from the tomb; for our sake He hung on the Cross. Alleluia!

  • Anxiety and obsessivecompulsive disorder

    Apr 16, 2022

    The challenge is when one deviates into a state of excessive anxiety and escalates to a point when it becomes debilitating.

  • A life of love, inspiration, forgiveness and empathy

    Apr 16, 2022

    Our lives may differ culturally, traditionally and spiritually but we are bound by the LOVE demonstrated by our late parents for each of their children.

  • Straining to hear the voice of Good Friday

    Apr 16, 2022

    Easter is about many things. We celebrate God’s ultimate power to redeem death, sin, and injustice, but we also celebrate the now-glorified voices and wounds of the ones who died on Good Friday.

  • Everyone is called to preach

    Apr 16, 2022

    In the Synoptic traditions, Mary is accompanied by a group of women who visit the tomb to anoint Jesus’ crucified body. In John, Mary uncovers the empty tomb alone, although her words suggest she may have been with others.

  • Ruminations: Till death do us part

    Apr 08, 2022

    May you always rest in peace, Mahen and keep that twinkle in your eye and that cheeky smile for all of us to remember you by. Forever friends at heart, till death do us part.