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St John of the Cross’ Enduring Patience in Captivity


It’s one of the paradoxes of Christianity that we find life in death, freedom in captivity, patience in action. For St John of the Cross, his time in captivity was a period of intense growth. John didn’t just endure and suffer but spent his time meditating on the things of Heaven. His life and action serve as a guide for us.

St Lucy’s Day: Light and Hospitality


St Lucy was a Roman martyr who is mentioned in the Canon of the Mass and whose name means "light". Learn about her life, why Scandinavian countries have a particular devotion to her and customs associated with St Lucy's Day in this blog.

A Reflection for Gaudete Sunday


Gaudete or "rejoicing" Sunday is the Third Sunday of Advent. The third candle on the Advent Wreath is lit and the Church's liturgy becomes more focused on the coming of the Lord at Bethlehem. At this half-way point in Advent, it's time to consider how our Advent preparation has gone so far and how we, like John the Baptist, can "prepare the way of the Lord".