Saturday 17 February: Bill MacCurtain SJ imagines how the meeting between Jesus and Levi would have affected the tax collector - how did this Nazarene change his life?
Fr Bill MacCurtain imagines the scene that will be set for us by this Sunday’s reading from Matthew’s Gospel. What would it have been like to be among the crowd who were fed by the five loaves and two fish?
Fr Bill MacCurtain considers how Elijah sought to demonstrate his service to God using power and might. But the work with which God has entrusted us can be accomplished with simplicity and humility.
Bill MacCurtain SJ imagines the personal journeys of Simon Peter, who was desperate to stay with Jesus; and Judas, who betrayed him.
Bill MacCurtain SJ invites us to place ourselves in the Easter story and contemplate the events of Jesus' life, death and Resurrection from the perspective of Mary Magdalene.
Bill MacCurtain SJ invites us to reflect on the roles of the characters that we meet in the Passion narratives. We are all called to carry Jesus's cross, but can we imagine how Simon of Cyrene felt?
Bill MacCurtain SJ helps us to take a step back from the frantic pace of a 21st century Christmas, and to visit the little town of Bethlehem where we can find a truly happy Christmas.
Elijah found the Lord in the midst of the silence, not in the turbulent motion of the elements. Bill MacCurtain SJ reflects on Elijah's story and the lessons that can be learnt from it.
Type any words in the box below to search Thinking Faith for content containing those words, or tick the ‘author’ box and type in the name of any Thinking Faith author to find all of his or her articles and reviews. You can also narrow your search by selecting a category from the dropdown menu.