October 12, 2022

Faith formation – a life-long journey

By Andrew Fernandes, Archdiocesan Catechetical Office At various stages of your Catholic journey, you would have participated in multiple faith formation engagements. Some Catholics have committed […]
June 28, 2022

Violence in Nigeria: A Pentecost reflection

Three postulants: Bro Yannick-Celestin Kabi OSB, Bro Samuel Muhindo and Bro Victor Okam will be received into the Novitiate at the Abbey Church, Mt St Benedict […]
April 26, 2022

Easter in the white poui tree

Story and photos by Lara Pickford-Gordon On the afternoon of March 19 while going into MovieTowne, my attention was captured by a tree. It took a […]
April 13, 2022

Poem: O, Happy Death!

By Felix Edinborough They came and saw A symbol of total defeat A broken man Begging for mercy “I thirst”   Head hung low in full […]
March 17, 2022

Lent 2022: A more hopeful me

Natasha Babwah-Tim Kee shares her thoughts and reflections for the Lenten season. I’m excited about my 2022 Lenten journey. Usually I, like most people (I guess), […]
March 9, 2022

The moon was out

By Matthew Woolford In the classic kung-fu film, ‘Enter the Dragon’, Bruce Lee told the young student, “Don’t think. FEEEEEEEEL! It’s like a finger pointing away […]
February 8, 2022

Too much or too little devotion to Our Lady?

By Shannon Woodroffe We all know Mother Mary to be, in the least, part of our Catholic devotion. She is a refuge for those in need, […]
December 21, 2021

A reflective Christmas

By Felix Edinborough I can’t believe it! I really have to spend another Christmas without the usual family and friends? I did it last year, 2020, […]