Prayers from our newsletter, chosen by our Lay Chaplain.
‘There is no better time for growth than springtime. Lent is the springtime of the spirit’
“He called them, and immediately they left their boat and their father and followed Him’”. (Matthew 4 : 20)
To be baptised is to be christened, which means to recognize that we have been made like Christ.
‘Nobody expected him just like that: a baby, a manger in a stable, young parents from a village in the hills. Nobody expected that his first visitors would be shepherds, little thought of in the eyes of the great. Yes he has come; but not as we expected.
Advent calls us to wake up, to arise from our sleep. To shake off the dust of routine, habit, custom… and to prepare to let Christ come alive in our lives.
‘Those we have loved and have died are never really lost; we carry them with us in our hearts’
At the very depth of ourselves, we are on the threshold to the reality of God
(Next week is One World Week - Prayers for Peace) God speaks in the silence of the heart. Listening is the beginning of prayer. (Mother Teresa)
‘This is the sum of pity; do nothing to others that would cause you pain if done to you.’ (Hindu teaching)