Sarah Broscombe finds in the readings for the first Sunday of Advent in Year C an exhortation to be ready. How can we free ourselves from what might distract us during this important time of waiting?
Sarah Broscombe describes the importance of involving Guyana’s indigenous population in the country’s political life.
During Advent, we begin to contemplate how we respond in our daily lives to God’s gift of himself to the world. How, why and what do we give?
What is our relationship, as Christians, to poverty? Sarah Broscombe, reflecting on her experience of the World Social Forum 2009, explains how the Christian understanding of poverty does not just focus on a lack of material goods, and how it is inextricably linked to a concern for environmental issues.
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