The recent issue of 3-parent babies in the UK has again brought to the fore the Science-Faith debate. In this case, the Anglican and Catholic Churches have both voiced their concerns about this scientific possibility. But should they have spoken or should they have kept their place and refrain from interfering with what lies in the scientific sphere?
The process of 3-parent babies involves removing the genetic material from the donor’s…
23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – I am believed because I believe
To believe is to nurture a relationship with Christ.
Putting Christ at the centre of my life has no value if it does not open me up towards others, especially those in need.
Here is an adoration session (in Maltese) on the theme of faith as a guiding light and a plea to open us to others.
The liturgical texts for this week’s liturgy blend in the steadfast faith of the seven sons of the widow who refused to give in to cultural influences even at the threat of death with the promise of eternal life, which begins in this world and which reaches its fulfillment in the world to come.
It is fitting to reflect on the gift of faith as a light which guides us…