RETURNED!

Welcoming Returning Catholics Returned! An evening of testimonies by Catholics who have returned and strengthened their faith with the help of Landings will be held on 23 August 2019, Friday at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. You will hear stories of struggles, challenges, grace and reconciliation. Please register via https://bit.ly/2Dz549P or scan the QR […]

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No Crisis, No Need for God

No crisis, no need for God. Sometimes we may be misled to think that. Indeed we are fortunate when we are able to love through our lives without huge crises and drama. We are quick to credit our smooth and at times even, very successful lives to our own ability and talent. And then, what’s next? […]

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Even in the abyss, God called to me

Even when we are in the abyss of darkness and sin, God is still there… waiting for us to call to Him. And when we see the people He sends, we may be surprised – that the very people we once thought little of, are the arms and feet of our Lord Jesus Christ, running […]

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God is always calling…

When we have been away from the Church for so long, it is actually hard to make that initial step back.
But God is always calling to us, and waiting with open arms. He doesn’t forget about us.
And when we are ready to run towards Him, His arms are open wide.

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Who is a Returning Catholic

Sometimes when we are sitting in the pews on Sundays, we may feel lukewarm about our faith, or seem lost, or even out of touch with what is going on at Mass.
How can we rediscover that spark in our faith lives, and experience the love of God, the Father?

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Reconnect Today

  Many of us have left the Church at some point in our lives. On occasions we might have felt ourselves detached from our faith – even if it wasn’t by our physical absence, but perhaps a mental, spiritual, intellectual or maybe emotional emptiness. Hear the faith stories of our brothers and sisters who have […]

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Who am I within the Nativity scene?

When reflecting on the Nativity scene, the writer comes to appreciate Advent and Christmas with a sense of spirituality.
Meditating on the role of the Magi, we learn not just generosity, but also charity. While Mary and Joseph reminds us of obedience, sacrifice and ultimately, love.

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