What does it mean for God to be ‘with’ us? What can we learn from the many instances of this phrase in the Bible, and how should its meaning manifest itself in our daily lives?
Tue 2 Jun (Mark 12: 13-17): That we should give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's is one of the best known and yet perhaps one of the least understood of Jesus's sayings.
Gerry O'Collins SJ shares some thoughts on the priesthood of Christ, as understood by Paul, and considers how ordained ministry continually draws on aspects of Christ's priesthood.
Paul tells the Christians at Colossae that Christ is the 'the first-born of all creation' - why was this such an important message for Paul to teach, and how do we let this shape our faith?
Gerald O’Collins SJ explains what Paul tells us about early faith in the resurrection. What did the resurrection mean for early Christian understanding of God, the Eucharist, and universal salvation?
During Holy Week this year, we hear the Passion narratives from Mark’s Gospel, on Palm Sunday, and John’s Gospel, on Good Friday. How, through these Scriptures, do we meet Jesus as our Servant, Priest and King?
St Paul's letter to the church of Philippi is best known for its passage on the 'emptying' of Christ, but it is also a source of pastoral advice and joyful encouragement.
Bishop John Arnold asks us to remember and be encouraged by the diversity that was a feature even of the early Church. What challenges were faced by the different communities to whom Paul wrote?
Zimbabwean Jesuit David Harold-Barry looks at the concept of power expressed in the letters of St Paul, as part of Thinking Faith’s series for the Pauline Year. How does Paul’s idea of power differ to the manifestations of politica
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