In the final of this three part series, Stina talks about surrender in it’s many facets, but particularly with the moto in mind ‘Let it go, and Let God’ and how that can play out in each of our lives.
In part 2 of Stina’s blog series, she confronts the topic of how to love through the difficult times, when the love wasn’t reciprocated and her own aching heart was turning hard and bitter.
Referencing the podcast episode ‘When Church stops working featuring Andrew Root’ Podcast, our first episode back is one requested by Bishop Mark Edwards. We crack open the issue of the classic ‘bucket list’, and how that is essentially against the Christian life, as it focuses on what we can ‘tick’ of rather than how we can become a saint.
Stina shares with us the first of a three part series of her experiences in the last few months, cleaving the good and receiving the graces from what was a very difficult time.
Stina and Padre sit down for our final episode of the season, tackling the current issue of cancel culture and balancing that with living a Christian identity. How do we navigate this, find the balance and live in the world, but not of the world?
Have you heard the term ‘I’m spiritual not religious’ and wondered if you could be like that? This episode we chat about the implications of being spiritual without a religion and why it might seem appealing at this time in society, as well as some of their personal views on the matter.
Mary, the Mother of God with the title, Help of Christians, cares for all of us and journeys with us as she did with her Son and the disciples. Being open to the working of God in her life, she is a model of Christian life.
Heroes in Heaven Part IV – Joseph. An imperfect man was chosen by God to live with and care for perfection. How would that have played out in his life, being the husband of Mary and foster father of Jesus? His spiritual battles are an inspiration to us all!
Heroes in Heaven Part III – Agnes
‘Jesus Christ is my only spouse’ – Agnes. This week Stina shares with us the story of the little-giant soul, Agnes, taking us into a fresh perspective of this short yet incredible life and how she may impact our own lives.
Covering the often wrongly interpreted Gospel passage of ‘turning the other cheek’, we delve into what is true charity in our actions, in the plight of seeking fair and true Christian justice, and also covering mimetic violence and how Christ is the answer to all.