Charles Randall, a former member of the chaplaincy team at Feltham Young Offenders’ Institution tells Thinking Faith about the real and important difference that the ministry of a prison chaplain can make to the inmates.
Sr Janet Fearns explains the value of the tour of the relics of St Thérèse of Lisieux in 2009 as an opportunity for evangelisation. How did St Thérèse enable the many thousands of people who queued to venerate her relics to become missionaries?
Dan Nisbett describes how his involvement with LJV gave him the freedom and inspiration to ask important questions of himself, and to make a life-changing decision.
Brother Francis, a children’s palliative care nurse, describes the journey that grieving parents face, and highlights the challenges in the work of those who seek to support them.
Following a recent meeting of the International Young Leaders Network in the Holy Land, Ginny Wilmhoff recounts the narratives of the people and places she encountered in the conflict-ridden region, and describes life as she saw it on both
Ruth Morris recalls how the 2008 MAGiS programme prepared her and other pilgrims for an unforgettable experience at World Youth Day in Sydney.
John Bateson-Hill describes his journey along the well-travelled path of the 'Camino', the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela where St James is believed to be buried.
At the time of the genocide, Gilbert Mardai was working in a refugee camp near the Rwandan border. He ponders what we have learned - and what we still have not learned - from the atrocity.
Sylvester Stallone’s latest Rambo film, set in Burma, has been slated by critics who accuse it of shallow, “good guys v.
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