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Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Fruits of the Holy Spirit

Written By: David Gilbert Today I would like to talk about the fruits of the Holy Spirit and I want to challenge you to reflect on what kinds of fruit you are producing. A good way to know a person is by the fruits that they produce. From their fruits you can know a... read more
Seeing With Heavenly Eyes

Seeing With Heavenly Eyes

Written By: Naomi Toms “Live by the Spirit, I say, and do not gratify the desires of the flesh. For what the flesh desires is opposed to the Spirit, and what the Spirit desires is opposed to the flesh; for these are opposed to each other, to prevent you from doing... read more
Holy Ghost Power

Holy Ghost Power

Written By: Gregory Watson, “[Y]ou will receive the power of the Holy Spirit which will come on you, and then you will be my witnesses not only in Jerusalem but throughout Judaea and Samaria, and indeed to earth’s remotest end” (Acts 1:8). Growing up in the... read more
Worth Writing About

Worth Writing About

Written By: Patrick Sullivan I have often lamented that there is little to comment on in the Catholic world. Yes, there are lots of negative things happening out there, Catholic or not, but who wants to write about those? And there is much happening that Catholics are... read more
Polishing the Gift of Faith

Polishing the Gift of Faith

Written By: Patricia Everaert I stopped by the Adoration Chapel one day after work. Every seat in the little chapel was filled. It was wonderful to see so many people spending time with our Lord on a weekday afternoon like that. I thought of them all going out into... read more
Responsibility of Speech

Responsibility of Speech

Written By: Lawrence Lam Something’s been weighing on me since the “Muhammed drawing contest” ended tragically a couple of weeks ago. What I’ve seen in social media were either denouncements of those who would hold such an event, or those who would inflict violence... read more
Something Beautiful For God

Something Beautiful For God

Written By: Naomi Toms Have you ever thought of yourself as an artist? For some of you, perhaps it’s an automatic yes; for others, maybe more of a not-so-much. That’s fine. We all have our own different gifts and talents. But no matter which group you fall into, St.... read more
Evangelistic Beauty

Evangelistic Beauty

Written By: Gregory Watson Some time ago now, a friend with whom I went to Bible college in my old Protestant days, who later went on to have a career composing “praise and worship music”, remarked that of all the musical genres out there, the genre of “Christian... read more
Something to be Excited About

Something to be Excited About

Written By: Patrick Sullivan It was a usual morning and my daughter Hannah was just about to dive into her cereal; until she screamed that is. It was thankfully, a scream of joy that you can still hear in little girls who are five, but still, the reason for it... read more
Dignity of Work

Dignity of Work

Written By: Patricia Everaert The first of May is the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker. I have a sincere love for St. Joseph under all of his titles – Patron of Canada for example – but this one has been a particular favourite. This year the feast was of... read more
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