Focus

  • Global organization of religions proposed to counter terrorism

    Sep 19, 2014

    In a recent meeting with Pope Francis, former Israeli president Shimon Peres suggested forming an “Organization of United Relations” to counter those who use religion for terroristic aims.

  • How to celebrate Catechetical Sunday

    Sep 11, 2014

    There are seven (7) suggestions that catechists could choose and adopt

  • Where is God when it hurts?

    Sep 11, 2014

    The Risen Lord Jesus grant you Peace! The recent events around us do not seem to give us a bright picture of the beauty of creation and humanity.

  • “Be Courageous, I have conquered the world (John 16:33)”

    Sep 11, 2014

    This year, the Church will celebrate Catechetical Sunday on September 21, 2014, and will focus on the theme "Teaching About God's Gift of Forgiveness."

  • May your kingdom come, but not yet

    Sep 11, 2014

    A friend of mine likes to humour about his struggles in growing up. When I was in my twenties, he quips, I felt that by the time I was forty I would have grown-up enough to let go of my bad habits.

  • Intensity of regard; Ignatian spirituality in the classroom

    Sep 11, 2014

    So, you have found God in all things, you have immersed yourself in the human world and you have cultivated the habit of letting a sense of wonder touch your soul.

  • The truth shall set you free

    Sep 11, 2014

    We live in challenging times. Not only are we faced with economic and social difficulties, the political situation too has become difficult.

  • Seize the day! (Carpe diem!): Ignatian spirituality in the classroom

    Sep 04, 2014

    I wonder how many schoolteachers would actually see spirituality as even an element in their professional work. And yet, even a cursory comparison with other professions will reveal an instinctive tendency we have to see teachers as, at least potentially, spiritual figures.

  • Fearing our own maturity

    Sep 04, 2014

    Our bodies and our souls each have their separate aging process, and they aren’t always in harmony.

  • Food For Thought

    Sep 04, 2014

    It’s no small task to trust someone we can’t see or hear – at least not with our five senses. And yet, since the beginning of Christianity, trust in God has been central to us, as a body of believers and as individuals.