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Clarita & Edgardo Bernal, the International Leading Couple share their reflections on our changed times for families.  They report that in March they were invited by the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life to present to the thirteen movements represented at the meeting, the...

Last day of the Miles for Malawi challenge, walking around Attingham Estate and Much Wenlock.  All told, 679.6 km (422 miles) walked; and £858 raised (that’s over £1000 with gift aid !) for Open Arms Malawi and their children’s home in Malawi.  Thanks everyone !   To...

Antony Denman is doing a fantastic job on the Miles for Malawi fundraiser.  He and his wife, Janet, have friends in Malawi, and visited Zomba and Mangochi in 2013, where they saw the need for initiatives like Open Arms Malawi. Antony, who is 72, is walking...

Lost I’m lost but, Not looking for direction. Knowing a door will open, A path become clear. A word will be spoken, To rest on my ear. Life is predestined, To be all that it can. For our part we must, Grasp each opportunity, Lest it pass through our fingers. Recurring doors, Become familiar. Paths where our feet, Have since...

New Dawn The Son rose on that first day, A great doorway opened wide. Events played out, from Friday to Sunday, Now an emptiness deep inside.   All is lost, how can I explain, To whom shall we go, where can we turn. Discarded grave cloths now remain, What is there here for me...

The Way The path is narrow and the journey long, Faith in God unswerving, Faith in His creation (my neighbour), A command to love and serving. This is not my path, Not of my devising, This cannot be my path, For more than me comprising. Here there and further on, There are so many more, Others...

Not the Nails   Not the nails that held him to the cross, Nor the soldiers or the large crowd. He endured the pain and bore the loss. His body scarred and precious head bowed, Not the nails that held him to the wood, This king of kings and servant of all. A...