Monthly Archives: July 2010

Lord, open our eyes!

Today is the feast day of St Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus, better known as the… Continue reading »

“Ooh, I knew I shouldn’t have turned down those cue cards.”

I’m watching the European Athletic Championships at the moment and the medal ceremony for the Men’s 100m is on.  A… Continue reading »

blood money

I’ve just check the blog this morning and realised that my blog for yesterday has disappeared!!!! Did it ever come… Continue reading »

Joy

In sport, coaches and trainers often talk about a ‘winning attitude’.  In my sport and in my work, it seems… Continue reading »

How do you pray?

I was with my son yesterday in Children’s Liturgy at Mass, and the class was looking at prayer. The Gospel… Continue reading »

An indelible mark

“Baptism seals the Christian with the indelible spiritual mark of his belonging to Christ.” CCC 1272 This has been on my… Continue reading »

Vocations vs Vampires

In a conversation at my place of work this week we discussed religious identity, and while almost all of my colleagues flat… Continue reading »