The Gift of the Homeless One

The Gift of the Homeless One

Written By: Naomi Toms “Christmas is built upon a beautiful and intentional paradox; that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home.” -G. K. Chesterton Christmas is now just around the corner! Colourful lights deck the roofs of suburban houses, the...
5 Ways to Honor God this Advent

5 Ways to Honor God this Advent

Written By: Amber Miller Sometimes I just don’t feel like praying or meditating. Sometimes it’s too much for me to even glance Heavenward at my Beloved. It’s not that I don’t care about God, and it’s not that I have lost my faith. Sometimes it’s just more mentally and...
Celebrate the Jubilee

Celebrate the Jubilee

Written By: Lawrence Lam Pope Francis has opened the Holy Doors, first in Bangui and most officially at St. Peter’s! The Holy door symbolizes a passing through, a refreshing start hearkening to our passing through water at baptism. Indulgences are associated with...
What is a Creche?

What is a Creche?

Written By: Patrick Sullivan In the 1200s, a holy man by the name Francis made a daring discovery. He found that by recreating the Biblical scene of the birth of Jesus Christ (who he lovingly referred to as ‘ the babe of Bethlehem’), he was able to help others around...
Music for the Waiting Soul

Music for the Waiting Soul

Written By: Naomi Toms Happy Second Week of Advent! As we continue to await our Saviour’s coming, there’s a little season-appropriate gift I’d like to share with you all. Something you may not yet know about me is that, in the last half-year, I’d begun to lead the...
Do You Trust Me? An Advent Reflection

Do You Trust Me? An Advent Reflection

Written By: Amber Miller Why did God forbid Adam and Eve from eating the fruit of one particular tree? Why did God instruct His Chosen People to only take enough manna for one day? Because fear, along with pride, “comes before the fall.” Pride is what tells us that we...

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