Lent Campaign – Seriously, God?

Making sense of life not making senseThere is joy in knowing we will forever be getting to know God. Even though life often doesn’t make sense, we shouldn’t assume God doesn’t make sense. For anyone who has battled suffering, walked away from faith under the pressure of crushing doubt, never felt safe giving faith a chance, orContinue reading “Lent Campaign – Seriously, God?”

Fr Mark’s Messages – Homily, Feb 20th

What challenges your generous heart? Is it ‘friends’ digging into your dessert in a restaurant, by any chance? Listen to Fr Mark on generosity, brownies – how you can open your heart more. And then he tells us about the Lent Spiritual Campaign ‘Seriously, God?’ You can register for, or get more details of, theContinue reading “Fr Mark’s Messages – Homily, Feb 20th”

Lent Campaign – Seriously, God?

Making sense of life not making senseThere is joy in knowing we will forever be getting to know God. Even though life often doesn’t make sense, we shouldn’t assume God doesn’t make sense. For anyone who has battled suffering, walked away from faith under the pressure of crushing doubt, never felt safe giving faith a chance, orContinue reading “Lent Campaign – Seriously, God?”

Fr Mark’s Messages – How to Write a Testimony

Fr Mark’s current homily series is coming to an end – he was talking about The  Story of Your Life, and this week he shows you what to do with your own story  – there’s a fascinating explanation (attached to this email) of how to find your testimony. And why it’s worthwhile: Your story mightContinue reading “Fr Mark’s Messages – How to Write a Testimony”

Fr Mark’s Messages – Questions for Personal Reflection

Fr Mark is inviting you to answer some questions for personal reflection, to help you dig deeper into your story. Click on the button below to reach the list – you can download it and print it out . Take fifteen minutes, get some quiet, and answer these questions. The results may surprise and interestContinue reading “Fr Mark’s Messages – Questions for Personal Reflection”