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Melto D’Moronoyo: How often are we truly in our Father’s house?

In the Maronite icon of this feast “written” by Fr Abdo Badwi, Jesus is depicted as a child, seated centrally among the elders in the Temple.

Synod focus on welcoming, healing and living like Jesus

Finding better ways to live "like Jesus did" — reaching out, welcoming, healing and including others — was the focus of Sister Liliana Franco Echeverri's small group discussions 9-10 October at the assembly of the Synod of Bishops, she said.

Melto D’Moronoyo: The invitation that led to a call

In the Maronite Liturgical Calendar, the fourth Sunday and week of the season of the Glorious Resurrection is being celebrated. The encounter that is portrayed happens after Jesus appears to Thomas who doubted He had risen.

Why the Catholic Church does not seek to ‘convert’ Jews

In two CW articles (5,12/3/23), Fr John Flader writes about the conversion of Jews to Christianity in such a way as to give the impression that the Catholic Church advocates missionary activity towards Jews, and that Jews need to embrace Jesus to be saved. This impression is wrong on both counts.

Q and A with Fr John Flader: The assembly of Israel’s...

Dear Father, We know that Jesus often preached in the synagogue in different cities. I have some questions. What exactly was a synagogue and...

A Christmas message from Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP

After a year of terrible war in Ukraine and disastrous floods closer to home, in which people have lost loved ones, homes, livelihoods, where...

Beginning the works of light

By Dr Biju Jose OSH Light is a very important metaphor in the Bible. It is among the first things created by God (Gen 1:3-4)....

Melto D’Moronoyo: The Wordless Echo of the Jesus Prayer

The human soul is poised between heaven and earth, eternity and time, the supernatural and the natural. We seek to maintain a steady balance so...

Forgive like Jesus

At the outset of this Lenten series, I remarked on the truly cosmic dimension of what our Faith teaches about the nature of the...

Dying to live: the evidence for life after death

Human beings ask questions of ultimate significance such as why do they exist. We see this, for example. in young children where they intuitively...

Simcha Fisher: The battle for humility

Several years ago, I started saying a novena to St Michael. There were several serious situations that needed rescue, and I thought, there's clearly...

Mark Shea: A truth we can comprehend

Last time in this space, we talked about how Jesus met people at their growing edge. He did this among other reasons, to provide his disciples with a model.

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