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21. Time to Tap into Mercy for Lent - February 2016
Lent/Easter, Year of Mercy
Tapping the maple tree for it's sweet syrup can be compared to our Lenten penances that yield a harvest of God's mercy and grace for us.

22. Advent Service Year of Mercy - December 2015
Advent, Papal Documents
An Advent Service using extracts from the letter of Pope Francis introducing the Year of Mercy

23. Mary our Mother - November 2015
Thinking about Mary as Mother and how we continue that attitude today as Marists to those in need.

24. Reflections from Madrid - October 2015
Marist Life, Mary
Bev McDonald reflects on the experience, rather than the facts, of attending this, the first international conference for lay Marists.

25. The Wonder of our Being - September 2015
Pro Life Issues, Fullness of Life
Human life seems cheap at times in our society - this is not God's plan for humanity. Every life is valued and necessary to God, from conception to natural death.

26. Mary/Maryam - woman of the Middle East - August 2015
Interfaith dialogue, Mary
Mary could be a source of common ground between Christianity and Islam, a bridge between them. She is revered in the Quran. She lived as a woman of the Middle East.

27. Commitment to Mary and her Society - July 2015
Marist Life, Christian Life
What does it mean to make a commitment to be a 'Lay Marist' and why would I do this? (TO)

28. Year of Consecrated Life - June 2015
Christian Life, Papal Documents
Pope Francis has declared 2015 the'Year of Consecrated Life'. Fr Chris Skinner sm reflects with us on the Pope's call and how it can also be relevant to lay people. (TO)

29. Our Catholic Schools - May 2015
Family, New Evangelisation
In January 2014, the bishops of NZ issued a key document on the role of Catholic Schools. Has this been implemented and what should we be doing to help this process?

30. Peter Chanel - April 2015
Saints, Marist Life
Fr. Craig Larkin suggests to us that Peter Chanel is a saint because of his way of living and relating to others, not just because of his martyrdom. And that way of life is something we can learn from. (TO)

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