Prayer Articles

by Margaret-Mary Flynn

19 Jun
2024
The influencers

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The New Testament records a number of women who financially backed, supported and yes, sometimes, influenced Jesus. One of the most surprising questions I was...

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14 Oct
2023
The joy of walking

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Jesus’ invitation to his disciples to ‘follow him’, was figurative and literal. We too walk in Jesus’ footsteps. Jesus said ‘I am the Way, the...

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9 Jul
2023
Golden moments

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Some memories, people and places, have an extra special hold on our hearts. In the busy little alleyway is a cobbler’s shop. It opens 8am to...

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7 Dec
2022
Moments of peace

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Throughout our days and weeks there are little scenes of peace – we just need to recognise them. There is a moment in the late...

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19 Oct
2022
In search of more

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God’s love is always there – through the changing seasons, good times and bad. Goodness, has there ever been such a cold winter as the...

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9 Jul
2022
Places of faith

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Churches, old and new, are central to our community and personal faith. The doors of the small Victorian church are small but solid. They have stood...

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13 Apr
2022
Feeling good by doing good

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Charity is about doing what you can to ensure others get their chance to have ‘something more’. On the corner of Sister Clare’s desk a...

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25 Aug
2020
Think hard, live well

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Thinking – really thinking – requires commitment, but the rewards are there for those who are prepared to put in the hard work. Homework for...

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23 Jun
2020
Filling in the outline

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Classic texts speak to us from throughout the ages, sharing pain, sorrow and joy. They remind us we’re not alone. When I began my Arts...

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9 Oct
2019
Volunteering the heart

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Many community organisations could not run without their generous volunteers, and we all have gifts we can share. It’s 9am Thursday. The wide main street...

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29 May
2019
To keep or not to keep . . .

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In a world where people are exhorted to declutter, holding on to possession might just be a radical act. ‘Well, I had a good look...

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