A Day Of Sacred Choice

Something in Zacchaeus is blocked, crowded, trapped. There’s a dissatisfaction in him with the way things are; he feels his own smallness. But a stronger instinct in him pushes him beyond all that, an instinct that makes him want to see Jesus. Continue reading A Day Of Sacred Choice

Adoremus – A Reflection by Roz & Nick Adie

I am Roz, my husband Nick and I were privileged to attend the Adoremus National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress. We were inspired by the key note speeches of Bishop Robert Barron and filled with joy at taking part in the Mass with other pilgrims and joining the Eucharistic procession of the blessed sacrament around the streets of Liverpool. We have spent time reflecting together on … Continue reading Adoremus – A Reflection by Roz & Nick Adie

To Look After Something Precious: In Memory of Patricia

It’s Friday evening, feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, and I’m restless. The restlessness of the bereaved. I don’t know what to do with myself. And end up in the almost empty church. I kneel. I stand. Do the stations of the cross. And there it is, a point of connection. Mary holding the dead body of her son. She is every mother and … Continue reading To Look After Something Precious: In Memory of Patricia