The conversations in this book reveal some of the anger, the sadness, the disaffection of ordinary people in today's Church, as well as their enduring search for hope and meaning.
Conversation has seldom been so necessary for us, because in every way the world is becoming increasingly polarised and with it the Church. There is disintegration at many levels as people drift further apart. In the Church there are some which think they are doing God a service by deepening these divides. But while we still talk to one another, there is hope.
By + Archbishop Richard Clarke Shouldering the Lamb offers eleven meditations revolving around the ancient figure of the shepherd carrying a lamb across his shoulders. Viewing this image from many angles enables Archbishop Richard Clarke to reflect on how any carrying...
By Desmond O'Donnell Gospel Conversations is a collection of imaginary exchanges between various characters from the New Testament. The aim of the book is to enable the reader to engage more fully with the people who were influential in the life,...