- 1 November 2020 1

Former Archbishop, Mark Coleridge, a Biblical Scholar, used to say that a ‘text without a context is a pretext.’ Three criteria guide our interpretation of ... Read More

A Mellifluous Melody

- 6 October 2020 3

Pope Francis, in his third major teaching document on Social Friendship (“Fratelli Tutti”) cites St. Irenaeus (130-202): One who seeks the truth should not concentrate ... Read More

Teeth Set On Edge

- 29 September 2020 0

Pope Francis noted in 2015 that we are living not in an ‘era of change, but change of era.’ This was exactly the case with ... Read More

Childish Ways

- 17 September 2020 0

It is not at all uncommon to hear Paul’s famous ‘hymn to love’ proclaimed at wedding ceremonies: Love is always patient and kind. It is ... Read More

Dreadful Affair

- 3 August 2020 0

The Beheading of St John the Baptist by Pierre Puvis de Chavannes It was a horrific death, sanctioned by the State, carried out by narcissists: ... Read More

What is happening to me?

- 28 June 2020 1

CG_Catholic · Inner Life: What Is Happening To Me St. Paul begins Romans 6 with insights into baptism. ‘Baptise’ comes from the Greek, meaning ‘to ... Read More

Time Never Did Assuage

- 25 May 2020 0

  Surely we have rapport with American poet, Emily Dickinson (1830-1886): They say that ‘time assuages,’ Time never did assuage. An actual suffering strengthens, As ... Read More