Posts tagged Mission

Isaiah receiving the burning coals

Chosen for a purpose

Most of us are not great in the eyes of the world, yet God has called us in Christ into the world to bear witness to his voice. What is it that will enable us like the prophets, saints and martyrs to continue to proclaim and to live the life of faith despite the difficulties, trials and persecutions we might face?

O Comforter, draw near; within my heart appear

Pentecost reminds us that the renewing of the world begins with our own continuous conversion and transformation as temples of the Holy Spirit. This transformation is both for us as individuals, and through us individuals to our communities. Here begins the true transformation of the world.

A new home

This year the Personal Ordinariate of our Lady of Walsingham celebrated ten years of its existence. In human terms the fact that we are still here after that length of time is against all the odds. For this part of the Ordinariate, in Eastbourne, we have seen many joys and a few sorrows in the […]

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A light for the world

May the light of Christ shine out for us and may it shine out from us, so that others may see that light through us and through our lives, through our closeness to Christ, and that seeing it they too may be drawn to him.

We too have a mission

These two apostles had missions from God. They were prepared through their lives, by the providential working of God in their lives so that when that moment came, when that encounter happened, they were ready to receive the message which Christ had for them. They would let it enter into the heart of their beings, they would let it transform them so that they could fulfil the mission which God had for them. What was true of these great foundations of the Church can be true for us too. God has prepared us to fulfil a mission for him, he wants us to carry his message out into the world in our own particular ways.

Prayer Vigil: What we prayed about

As reported on Facebook, in our twelve hours of prayer last Saturday we asked ourselves — as a community and individuals — five of God’s questions that are found in Scripture. Where are you? Where are we now and where are we going? What is that in your hand? What resources, talents and gifts do […]