5th April 2021
A disciple in the upper room
Thursday: Rob Marsh SJ finds himself among the disciples who encountered the risen Jesus: ‘I thought I’d begun to believe. But seeing him in the flesh – wounds and all – I realised how little I had.’
26th March 2020
How can we begin to imagine things from the point of view of Lazarus, raised from the dead? Rob Marsh SJ invites us to try. ‘Death changes you. But so does life.’
2nd January 2020
A wise man
Rob Marsh SJ gives voice to the musings of one of the magi whose visit to the manger shapes our Epiphany prayer.
11th May 2018
Trauma, imagination and sensation
Modern neuroscience advocates the use of the imagination and attention to bodily sensations as treatments for trauma, but this approach is nowhere near as novel as it might sound, argues Chris Krall SJ.
5th April 2018
Casting the net
Friday: Rob Marsh SJ imagines what might have gone through the minds of a disillusioned Peter as he returned to plying his trade, and an expectant Jesus as he prepared breakfast for his unsuspecting friends.
16th March 2018
The first disciple
Rob Marsh SJ imagines himself in the place of Andrew and gives voice to the medley of emotions at play in the disciple and in Jesus, whom he has followed so loyally.
7th March 2018
Making sense of the application of the senses
16 Sept: Anointing and bathing with tears are the sign of a sinful woman’s liberation - this is one of the many times in the gospels we see women connecting to Jesus through their bodies and sense.
12th January 2018
Come and see
Sunday 17 January: Rob Marsh SJ invites us into the conversation between Jesus and his disciples and encourages us to think about where we might have our own epiphany.
Type any words in the box below to search Thinking Faith for content containing those words, or tick the ‘author’ box and type in the name of any Thinking Faith author to find all of his or her articles and reviews. You can also narrow your search by selecting a category from the dropdown menu.