Author: Paul Skippen

These meditations are meant to be practical, personal, and actionable. As with so many other things, unemployment is equal parts art and science. We cannot simply endure the dismissal of a job without feeling, acknowledging, and ultimately overcoming the many feelings unemployment brings with it....

“Count yourself blessed every time someone cuts you down or throws you out, every time someone smears or blackens your name to discredit me. What it means is that the truth is too close for comfort and that that person is uncomfortable. You can be...

2021 is going to be a very special year on the Camino de Santiago, as it is considered a Holy Year or Ano Xacobeo. This means that the feast of Saint James, 25 July, falls on a Sunday. This only happens every few years and...

WOW! We made it! After a few late nights and early mornings, we are pleased and grateful to be launching the new Liturgy Ritual Prayer website. We partnered with Grand Digital in Melbourne to produce a brand new website that provides an exciting platform for...

The practice of dedicating the month of Mary to Mary is beloved by many. A problem arises when the practice takes precedence over the Easter season. Something’s askew, for instance, when the school puts more energy into focusing on Mary than into the solemnities of Ascension...

The teacher was making a point while correcting a child by helping him recall that God is everywhere. The teacher asked the child “Where is God?” The child was silent, so the teacher asked again, “Where is God?” Same response. So quite insistently again the...