In this teaching, Australian Jesuit, Richard Leonard looks at how we understand the presence of God in our lives when we are faced with suffering. Using his own experience of a family tragedy, Fr Richard speaks about his personal response when he is tempted to ask: ‘Where the hell is God?’
Delegates nominated from across the Archdiocese of Liverpool met on Saturday 24 November, for the Liverpool Archdiocesan Assembly. The gathering took place at the Centre for Evangelisation and had the theme ‘Keeping Sunday’ The delegates looked at the ways in which, with the pressures of 21st century life, people are keeping the Lord’s Day.
Archbishop Patrick Kelly says: ‘I have asked our Assembly this year to reflect on how we, as a Catholic community, are living the commandment to ‘remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.’
Dr Williams is acknowledged internationally as an outstanding theological writer, scholar and teacher. He has been involved in many theological, ecumenical and educational commissions. He has written extensively across a very wide range of related fields of professional study: philosophy, theology (especially early and patristic Christianity), spirituality and religious aesthetics. He has also written throughout his career on moral, ethical and social topics and, since becoming Archbishop, has turned his attention increasingly to contemporary cultural and interfaith issues.
Pastor Clyde Thomas and his wife Rebecca are pioneering Victory Church Pontypridd and aim for it to serve the Rhondda area as a whole. Clyde and Rebecca are also assistant pastors at The Victory Church Cwmbran campus.
“Broken Lives made New”
The Victory Church in Wales is experiencing a wonderful time of revival and transformation
Pastor Clyde shares his personal testimony, how his own life was completely transformed
by the Power of the Holy Spirit.
He quotes: “If you always do
What you’ve always done