What happens when you don’t put yourself in the centre?

Filed in Spirituality by on October 4, 2014 2 Comments

St Paul tells us to be humble and self-effacing. But is this healthy? Does it mean we deny our own personalities and become faceless Christians? What really happens if we stop putting ourselves in the centre? You can listen to the audio here of a sermon by Fr Stephen Wang.


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Fr Stephen Wang is a Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Westminster. He is currently Senior University Chaplain for the Archdiocese. Some of his articles have previously been published on his personal blog, Bridges and Tangents. See: http://bridgesandtangents.wordpress.com/

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  1. Tonia says:

    Pogo-sticks, nanotechnology and an invitation to lie to the priest, these are not things you often hear in a sermon. I’m sure they’ll all come back next week!

  2. mags says:

    ‘How will you know the pitch of that great bell
    Too large for you to stir? Let but a flute
    Play ‘neath the fine-mixed metal: listen close
    Till the right note flows forth, a silvery rill:
    Then shall the huge bell tremble – then the mass
    With myriad waves concurrent shall respond
    In low soft unison.’

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