Tag: Jesus Christ

Are you a secret syncretist?

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Are you a secret syncretist?

Are you a secret syncretist? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang Here is the question: Are you a syncretist? Some of you are probably scratching your heads and wondering, “What on earth is that?” A […]

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Letting God’s love touch your life

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Letting God’s love touch your life

Adam is walking in the Garden of Eden at the very dawn of creation. He is like the first year undergraduate at Freshers’ Fair, winding through the stalls. It is a world of infinite possibility; […]

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The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

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The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

I have often been told I have a very vivid imagination. This may be true. So often with our faith we have to use our imaginations to try and visualize the scenes we read about […]

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Loneliness, part 4: the experience of Christ

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Loneliness, part 4: the experience of Christ

An acceptance of the “original solitude” of Eden is called, in time, to mature into the loneliness as experienced by Christ in Gethsemane. In Jesus of Nazareth, Pope Benedict XVI writes of this defining event: […]

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Is Jesus Christ the unique saviour?

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Is Jesus Christ the unique saviour?

Is Jesus Christ the unique saviour? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang given at Newman House, 6 July 2014.

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