The Son of God, Messiah, the Hope of Israel enters Jerusalem on a donkey. As we enter this Holy Week – the most solemn and intense period of worship in the Christian calendar – we remember that it begins with supreme joy as Jesus entered Jerusalem as the fulfilment of the long-promised salvation of Israel. […]

Stations of the Cross, also called Way of the Cross, is a series of 14 pictures or carvings portraying events in the Passion of Christ, from his condemnation by Pontius Pilate to his entombment. The series of stations is as follows: (1) Jesus is condemned to death, (2) he is made to bear his cross, […]

As we approach Easter we head toward the cross and when we get to the great Easter Vigil having run the gauntlet of the Holy Week liturgies we often celebrate baptism. Baptism is the thing that unites us with one another and with Christ. Some people might call it a rite of passage, some are […]

Yes; I believe that the conception of Jesus was a moment when the creative action of God produced a reality as new in its way as the first moment of creation itself. And I believe that what opened the way for this was the work of God through human history over centuries, coming to its […]

This week I have been reflecting on reconciliation with God during studies with the Reconciliation: The Arch Bishop of Cantebury’s Lent Book 2019, written by Muthuraj Swamy. This week, the study that struck me the most was presented alongside Genesis 3. Adam and Eve eat the fruit and are expelled from the Garden of Eden. […]