Grace Feltoe shares the acronym WATCH, what it means and how checking your timepiece can be the simplest way to cultivate virtue during your day.
This month, Emily explains to experience true joy does
not mean suffering and crosses are removed, but
co-exist in ones life to bear stronger witness to the
Referencing some of the greatest saints, and the very
popular TV series ‘The Chosen’, this is an article
brimming with insight and thought.
Reaching part three of this series by Grace Morey, she finishes off with the three final lessons she learnt from her unconventional COVID wedding, including giving, God’s provision and the learning of virtues that underpin her marriage now.
Grace Morey continues her blog series, sharing with us two of the five lessons she learnt from her unconventional COVID wedding.
Grace Morey writes the first of a three part series looking back on her wedding story with her now husband, Sam, during the chaos of COVID and the 5 lessons she learnt.
Emily Shaw shares how the famous children’s television show ‘Bluey’ teaches us about fatherhood, and the necessity for men and fathers to be emotionally available to those they love.
Grace Feltoe writes a special blog about her experience of volunteering at World Youth Day, sharing three things she learnt in the hope to inspire you!
We have a page published in the Together Magazine at the start of each month. You can always read if via the Wagga Wagga Diocese website being released at the start of each month, or catch up on here on the blog section of our website at the end of the month.
Did someone say ‘Sex and the City’? In Emily Shaw’s latest blog post, she uses the famous Sarah Jessica Parker in her starring role as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City to show how ‘a good character’ does not necessarily mean one possesses ‘good character’.
As we celebrate Virtue Ministry’s 7th birthday, we are throwing it back to the blog post ‘The Genesis of Virtue Ministry’, PLUS some entertainment with 7 fun facts of each of our team.