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Healing Childhood Wounds and Finding the Christ-Child

Launch of Jesus the Child We Worship

by The Most Reverend Roger Herft AM, Archbishop of Perth

at the St John of God Retreat Centre, Safety Bay… 560 more words

Jesus The Child We Worship

Richard M. Nixon - August 9, 1974

Richard Milhouse Nixon has the dubious honour of being the first and only person to resign in office as President of the United States of America.   594 more words

Authentic Leaders

When I've been Othered

We sat on her couch, reaching out to one another tentatively. We quietly shared some stories about our lives as we journeyed with this new friendship. 102 more words

Praying with Evil News

Last month, I was sent an article from The Jesuit Post that has changed the way I read the news.  In it, Jason Downer, SJ suggests seeking ways to respond to violence creatively and prayerfully, resisting the temptation to tune out tragedy as a sort of coping mechanism, or as he puts it, turning towards rather than away.  600 more words


On The Subject of Woundedness

A reader recently expressed concern over my possible woundedness after reading my post about family.

I admire her openness.  It takes time and courage to express true feelings about any post. 600 more words


Contemplation: Unlocking Attachments

Contemplation is the key to unlocking the attachments and addictions of the mind so that we can see clearly. I think some form of contemplative practice is necessary to be able to detach from your own agenda, your own anger, your own ego, and your own fear. 256 more words

Spiritual Formation