Learning From Saint Bakhita

LEARNING FROM SAINT BAKHITA   The Bulli Bai app, whereby youth have been auctioning women has been sending waves of shock and disgust in recent times. Yet, the overpowering and oppression of humans by humans is as old as Cain and Abel. Modalities differ, extents differ, places differ, but the fact that there are perpetrators and […]

For Such A Time As This

FOR SUCH A TIME AS THIS Reading the book of Esther is like watching a thriller. The plot is inundated with twists and turns, euphoria and enigma, setbacks and stunning returns. Every scene is satiated with strategically orchestrated drama and keeps you fixated as mystery and marvel unravels with artistic imagination. There are heroes and […]

Patris Corde

  PATRIS CORDE – THE YEAR OF SAINT JOSEPH On the solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary celebrated on Dec. 8, 2020, Pope Francis issued an apostolic letter, Patris corde (“With a Father’s Heart”), to mark the 150th anniversary of the declaration of St. Joseph as patron of the universal Church. […]

Freedom At The Fringe

  FREEDOM AT THE FRINGE   On her wedding day, Marilyn opened her bridal dress package with great eagerness, her fingers trembling with excitement at this awesome event in her life. Tugging at the thongs she finally got the box open and gazed at the beautiful white dress in rapture.  There were sighs of wonder […]

Women In Leadership

  WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP My leadership landscape spans nearly 50 years, beginning as early as High School. Much of that experience has been in voluntary capacities within the Catholic Church but I can say that I have also learnt leadership in my role as a wife and mother. Regardless of our specific station in life, […]

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