May reflection for Marian Mothers:  Social Friendship & Mercy

May reflection for Marian Mothers: Social Friendship & Mercy

In his third encyclical, Pope Francis invites us to recognise that all humanity is intricately linked to each other in one family and asks us to resist the temptation to 'build a culture of walls.. in the heart and on the land"    Bev shares her thoughts in this...

April reflection Marian Mothers – Nothing to See Here

April reflection Marian Mothers – Nothing to See Here

In this month's reflection we hear of Ellen's sense of God's presence in the storms of life, and her desire to also feel God's presence during the ordinariness of day-to-day routines.     For the reflection material click HERE     For an easy to print Marian...

April reflection Marian Mothers – Nothing to See Here

April reflection Marist Laity – Nothing to See Here

      In this month's reflection we hear of Ellen's sense of God's presence in the storms of life, and her desire to also feel God's presence during the ordinariness of day-to-day routines.      For the reflection material click HERE   For an easy to print Marist...

March Reflection Marian Mothers – St. Joseph, with a Father’s Heart

March Reflection – St. Joseph, with a Father’s Heart

In his apostolic letter, Patris Corde, Pope Francis encourages us to implore the intercession of St Joseph, and to imitate his virtues and his zeal. For the reflection material click HERE An easy to print Marist Laity guide to the reflection can be found HERE For an...

Gratitude

Gratitude

Gratitude: This personal testimony of Marie's experience of Guillain-Barré Syndrome and the devastating impact it had on her body, also gives a message that is faith-filled, inspirational, encouraging and full of GRATITUDE! Begin with Prayer then Read John 20:30-31...

Marist Manaakitanga For All

Marist Manaakitanga For All

We are living through strange times at the moment, but Marists are called to be instruments of mercy. In our reflection for May, we invite you to ponder beyond the immediate, and consider what life, society and church may be like in the aftermath of Covid-19....