Homeless Jesus has always been one of my favourite images of Jesus. I identify too much with it. Today I was privileged to receive a special blessing from Monsignor Phillip Heng at the Commissioning Mass at the Cathedral of The Good Shepherd. We start our Landings Run in April and we want to welcome back […]Read More
SOME MAY KNOW it as fraternal correction, or spiritual friendship. At the heart of it all lies the same essential ingredient – love. If we are truly to be our brother’s and sister’s keepers, then it must be our Christian obligation to offer each other encouragement and affirmation as we make our collective journeys towards […]Read More
What Advent means to me? Adjusting to changes has never been my forte and this year seems to be filled with many. I had struggled to say many “goodbyes” to what I once knew, and to have a number of skirmishes with friends close to my heart, so much so that I felt uprooted and […]Read More
What does Advent mean to me? Being a not-so-new Catholic meant I never had the same Christmas experience as cradle Catholic friends had. No big family traditions, no attending mass together as a family, it was generally low key and I would always attend mass alone. It wasn’t ideal but I learned to deal with […]Read More
These rainbows to me mirror the Advent themes of Hope, Peace, Joy, and Love. The themes nicely sum up to me what Christ’s coming is all about; it gives me great comfort, and is what I can hold on to as pillars in my life.Read More
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.
We desire to walk with one another this Advent, sharing hope, peace, joy and love of the season. Landings will share a series of what this personally means to some of us.Read More