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Questions for Jesus e-Course

Do you desire to grow in intimacy with Jesus and confidence in hearing his voice? This interactive, practical online course will deepen your heart-to-heart connection with Jesus and your understanding of the desires of your heart by teaching you how to pray from your desires.

‘Kerygma Australia’ Online Gathering

This is an online space where those who are already partnering with us as ‘Kerygma Australia’ or those who would like to explore that possibility can connect with us and one another. Join us online over Zoom for a fun activity, a chat, an encouragement & time of prayer.

Questions for Jesus e-Course

Do you desire to grow in intimacy with Jesus and confidence in hearing his voice? This interactive, practical online course will deepen your heart-to-heart connection with Jesus and your understanding of the desires of your heart by teaching you how to pray from your desires.

‘Kerygma Australia’ Online Gathering

This is an online space where those who are already partnering with us as ‘Kerygma Australia’ or those who would like to explore that possibility can connect with us and one another. Join us online over Zoom for a fun activity, a chat, an encouragement & time of prayer.

RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE CHURCH FAMILY

A Journey of Prayer over the next eight days

For the eight days of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2021, ‘The Monastic Community of Grandchamp’ have proposed a journey of prayer: Day 1: Called by God: “You did not choose me but I chose you” (Jn. 15:16a) Day 2: Maturing internally: “Abide in me as I abide in you” (Jn. 15:4a)

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Intro to the theme for the ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021’ – part 2

Abiding in Christ, the source of all love, the fruit of communion grows Communion with Christ demands communion with others. Dorotheus of Gaza, a monk in Palestine in the 6th century, expressed this in the following way: Imagine a circle drawn on the ground, that is, a line drawn in a circle with a compass,

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Intro to the theme for the ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021’ – part 1

To abide in God’s love is to be reconciled with oneself The French words for monk and nun (moine/moniale) come from the Greek μόνος which means alone and one. Our hearts, bodies and minds, far from being one, are often scattered, being pulled in several directions. The monk or nun desires to be one in

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The Monastic Community of Grandchamp

The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2021 was prepared by the Monastic Community of Grandchamp. The theme that was chosen, “Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit”, is based on John 15:1-17 and expresses Grandchamp Community’s vocation to prayer, reconciliation and unity in the church and the human family. In

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2021

The week of Jan.18th-25th every year has been designated by many Christian churches as the ‘Week of Prayer for Christian Unity’, when we pray along with Jesus in John 17, that we will be one, as the Father & He are one. The work of building unity between Catholics and other Christians can be a

RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD

An unexpected source of energy

If you struggle to make space for time with God, this passage can help you. Sometimes the excessive demands of life require that you get more rest. God knows about your physical needs; he cares about you and he doesn’t want you to get worn down. But he also knows that you need to connect