My Easter Hope

Easter Sunday, a day of hope. A day we should all feel the joy of the Risen Lord… but I don’t! Once again, I feel I have failed the Lord. This Lent began with good intentions but everything just got …
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He could tell people their sins! St John Vianney

John Vianney, known as the Cure d’Ars, was a poorly educated Priest, ordained and sent to the parish of Ars in France. In Ars, he began a radical programme of renewal. Crowds were flocking to him as amazing miracles were …
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From Raw Material To Something Of Value

From Raw Material To Something Of Value One of the items in Ripleys Believe It Or Not, is a picture of a plain bar of iron. It is valued at 5$. The same bar of iron has a far different …
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Struck Dumb At The Name Of Jesus

During the reign of the Emperor Constantine, the Christian Religion was constantly growing. In Constantinople itself the pagan philosophers felt very worried at seeing many of their skilful members deserting their old religion and joining the new. They pleaded with …
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The Christmas Truce of 1914

British and German troops meet in no man’s land. Boxing Day, 1914. Photographed by 2nd Lt Cyril Drummand, RFA. You will probably have seen the Sainsbury’s advert this Christmas capturing the story of the Christmas Truce of 1914. It is …
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THE THREE TREES – A Christian Fable

Once upon a time, three little trees stood in a forest high on a mountain, dreaming of what they would be when they were grown. The first little tree looked up at the stars twinkling like diamonds in the night …
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“Friends are God’s way of taking care of us.”

This was written by a Physician of a Denver Hospice: I just had one of the most amazing experiences of my life, and wanted to share it with my family and dearest friends. I was driving home from a meeting …
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The Miracle Prayer

THE FOLLOWING LITTLE PRAYER HAS BEEN CALLED “THE MIRACLE PRAYER” BECAUSE OF ITS EFFICATIOUS RESULTS. THE PRAYER IS TO BE SAID FOR THREE DAYS AND WHEN YOUR FAVOUR IS GRANTED YOU SHOULD SHARE WITH SOMEONE THE PRAYER IN THANKSGIVING. HERE …
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Words of St Mother Teresa on The Way of Love

The passages below are quotations of St Mother Teresa from the book “Something Beautiful for God” complied by Malcolm Muggeridge and published in 1971. On Love of God ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, with …
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A Story Of Compassion

It was a bitter cold evening in northern Virginia many years ago. An old man waited on the path by a river, hoping for someone on a horse to carry him across. The old man’s beard was glazed by winter’s …
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