The Seven Last Words – 1. ‘Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do’


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The Seven Last Words | From the Friday before Palm Sunday until Holy Saturday, the student brothers offer you a daily

The heart is the centre of life, and each minute of our life is made possible by the beating of

There’s an all-too-common line of thought that says, ‘I’m not a bad person; I try not do others any harm’

Today, often referred to as Spy Wednesday, marks the end of our quiet preparations for the rich drama that will

When we use the word 'power' in relation to God, various images may spring to mind. In the reading from Isaiah

It almost comes as an afterthought during prayer. And yet it is not. "Forgiveness is the most underrated virtue", a

For the fourth consecutive night, we were joined by a larger than expected crowd for our evening service of reconciliation.

Daniel 3:25, 34-43; Ps 24; Matthew 18:21-35.Seven is a perfect number in Jewish symbolic thinking. So Peter thought he was

Readings: Micah 7:14-15, 18-20; Psalm 103:1-12 (not 5-7 or 8b); Luke 15: 1-3, 11-32The Parable of the Prodigal Son, or

Readings: Isaiah 35: 1-10; Psalm 85; Luke 5: 17-26 Would you be comfortable waging your salvation on the strength of your

Today we begin a series of posts on the seven 'last words' of Christ. The last words of dying people

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