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A robe dipped in blood

Then I saw heaven opened, and there was a white horse! Its rider is called Faithful and True . . . He is clothed in a robe dipped in blood, and his name is called The Word of God. 625 more words

Reflections on Fast Day

About the author: Damian Conlin has worked for CAFOD for 18 years, and is now a senior manager in the Fundraising team.

A quote that I’ve always remembered when Fast Day comes around is one from Father Henri Nouwen, a Dutch priest and author: 332 more words


A Pair of Modern Crosses for Troubling Times

One of the great gifts of the Catholic tradition is that our communion in the Body of Christ is not cut off by death: in short, the communion of saints, of which the official canon is most likely the tip of the iceberg.  1,496 more words

Prophetic Witness

Know Thy Enemy – Unity Through Common Opposition

I recently submitted a blog post to Missio-Alliance as part of their call for submissions on the topic of Restoring Unity in the Church Today. They have accepted it and put it on their blog. 181 more words



Why Archbishop Oscar Romero should be held in our hearts

By Bernadette Meaden

22 Aug 2014

Zingcreed is pleased to bring this well-written article to a few more readers. 1,306 more words

Liberation Theology

Thought for the day.

Thought for the Day – 20/08/2014 – John Bell

You can listen to this here for the next few days – http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0253ty3

It’s almost ten years since I visited El Salvador – a country a third the size of Scotland with almost 6 million inhabitants; a country which between 1980 and 1992 was embroiled in a civil war in which over 75,000 people were killed or disappeared. 435 more words

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