18 May, Wednesday – My Heavenly Vinedresser

May 18 – Memorial for St. John I, Pope and Martyr St. John (d. 526) was a priest in Rome, and became the 53rd pope in 523. Italy’s ruler then, Theodoric the Goth, was an Arian. For a while he left the Catholics alone, but in later life, he became suspicious of everyone, imagining conspiracies and attempts... Continue Reading →

2 May, Monday — True Connection with God

May 2 – Memorial for St. Athanasius, Bishop and Doctor St. Athanasius (c.295) studied the classics and theology in Alexandria, Egypt. He was a deacon, secretary, and student of Bishop Alexander of Alexandria. He attended the Council of Nicaea in 325 where he fought for the defeat of Arianism and the acceptance of the divinity of... Continue Reading →

19 April, Tuesday – Recognising Jesus

Easter Tuesday Acts 2:36-41Jn 20:11-18 She knew him then... The number 10,000 has popped into prominence in the self-development industry of late. It has been said that in order to achieve complete mastery in any subject, one has to be doing that activity for a minimum of 10,000 hours. My children have always loved eating... Continue Reading →

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