Author: Sister Therese Ann Rich

Weeds? Wheat?

There is a powerful thread running through these readings. God is with us in all the things of our lives and is involved with us throughout our lives helping through his Spirit to maximise our potential. We will not be abandoned! We are after all, not called to be a settled community but to be […]

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The Quality of Soil

This wonderful and well known parable explores the mystery of the mixed responses to Jesus and his ministry. It was mixed then and it is still mixed. Although Jesus is found teaching from a boat at sea his teaching uses farming images, the sowing of the seed in differing types of soil. In the latter […]

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AmeriCorps Volunteers Give, Gain Much

Guest Contributor: Rachel Gobep For some it’s money. For others prestige. For Emily Anne Martin, the best motivation to work hard comes from helping others. “Happiness is truly not found by making a lot of money, but instead by making a difference,” Martin comments. Through the federal AmeriCorps program, Martin is one of three women […]

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