Drawing deeply from his pastoral experience and theological training, msgr. Peter Vaghi takes us to the upper room in Jerusalem and describes three historically and spiritually significant events that transpired in this sacred place. in so doing, Msgr. Vaghi inspires us to look for Jesus in the upper room of our own hearts following the lord in prayer, worship, and service.
Mornings with Fulton Sheen
Meditation is different from devotions. in meditation the ear of the soul is more important than the tongue. St. Paul tells us that faith comes from listening in a holy hour, we wait for him to speak.
Religious faith meets modern science
The problem of reconciling religious faith and modern science is a perennial one encountered by many thoughtful believers and even non-believing scientists in their study of such things as the origin of the universe, the evolution of man, the basis for morality and the existence of God.
The Teacher’s Inspirational Handbook
DateDecember 9, 2020 CategoryInspirational & Christian Living
We are living today in a world of breathtaking change. The pace of this change is threatening and uncomfortable, essentially because it is so difficult to keep pace with. Yet change is an inevitable part of life, affecting every fibre of our being and education is a vital area which cannot escape change.
The vision of pope John II
The vision of pope John I assesses the writings, work and ecclesial vision of this long serving pontiff. Moving beyond the scope of so many other books on John Paul II, this volume seeks to fill a gap by focusing on his lasting influence on pressing issue facing the church today.