Tag Archive | Communion

Day 21: Reaching out

Majella is a 27 year old MSc student in Psychology in Dublin, who has an interest in Spirituality, and the dialogue between Christianity and other religious traditions. My first memory of Pope Benedict was when he stepped out onto the global stage on his first overseas journey, to address the youth gathered for World Youth […]

Day 16: An “Extraordinary” Pontificate

Martin Marston-Paterson, is a civil servant in Westminster. He was received into the Church by the Benedictines at the age of 17. On 7 July 2007, Benedict XVI issued the motu proprio “Summorum Pontificum”. This was for me without doubt the single most important act of his pontificate. Although we here in England had long […]

Day 8: Different Doors

Alice Heans is a member of the Beckenham Ordinariate which is lead by her father who is an Ordinariate priest. She is currently studying for an MA in Christian Spirituality at Heythrop College. ‘Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, […]