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Playlist: Mercy Features

10 Mar 2016 | Madeleine Kuyken

Movies where mercy plays a starring role. 


The trek to forgiveness

10 Mar 2016 | Ella Brennan

Holding onto grudges
doesn’t help us, or our friends. 


Editorial: Mercy in relationships

10 Mar 2016 | Michael McVeigh

In the second of our Year of Mercy editions for 2016, we explore the theme, ‘Mercy in relationships’. 


Prayer blog: Be Present

24 Feb 2016 | Genevieve Nicoll

It started with a billboard next to a quaint Anglican church in Copenhagen, last July. I was travelling for a wedding and very much enjoying the lack of schedules on my holiday. For once, there was nowhere I had to be, nothing I had to do. This made me more receptive when I stopped to read the priest’s message. He spoke of rest and recreation as “goods” in themselves and that we didn’t have to justify taking a break on the grounds that it would make us more productive. He said that ‘on the contrary, Sabbath rest is an intrinsic and indispensible part of the divine cycle of creation and re-creation.’ The bit that really made me pause was when he said that: ‘taking time away from the incessant demands of phones, emails and social media might be one of the most counter-cultural things that people of faith can do in today&


Explorations: Having mercy

26 Jan 2016 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

one is perfect, and God doesn't expect us to be. But can we learn from our mistakes if we don't acknowledge them? The sacrament of reconciliation invites us into a deeper relationship with our merciful God. 


Home truths: Why we cry over spilt milk

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26 Jan 2016 | Kate Moriarty

It’s never fun when sparks fly in the family home. But the hardest part comes after that – when we have to say sorry. 


Unguarded moments: Fessing up

26 Jan 2016 | Ann Rennie

Mercy is God’s way of telling us we are loved.


Explorations: Gluttony vs temperance

03 Nov 2015 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

Our relationship with food is complicated. We need sustenance to survive, and we also use meals as a place of sharing and building relationships. But when we focus too much on food, other issues can arise. In this Explorations, we examine the relationship between gluttony and temperance. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘AC classroom: A waste of life'

07 Oct 2015 | Clare Deignan

Reflection questions and activities for ‘AC classroom: A waste of life’ from the Spring 2015 edition


The voices in our minds

19 Aug 2015 | Ruby O'Sullivan-Belfrage

Let me introduce you to my conscience.


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