The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones reflects on the Feast Day of ‘Mary, Mother of Our Lord’, which is celebrated on 15 August: “Sometimes our iconography is unhelpful, and we can get the idea that her obedience to God’s will was easy. But I do not think that this was the case, and she who delighted in the baby of Bethlehem stood at the foot of his cross on Calvary”
Being rich toward God
“Like Thomas we stretch out our hands to touch Jesus’ wounds, his sacramental Body and Blood of Christ, and, in this encounter, we not only experience ‘the peace that passes all understanding’, but we are renewed by the Spirit of him who enables us to be his servants of healing, compassion and reconciliation,” reflects The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones
Likening sin to “an arrow falling short of the target”, The Ven. Keith Dean Jones reflects upon the Lenten season’s call to be penitent and “owning up to the truth and asking God for His forgiveness”
A reflection on the 231st Anniversary of the first Anglican service at what is now known as Sydney Cove and the First Fleet Chaplain The Rev’d Richard Johnson
The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones explores the history and meaning of the Feast of the Epiphany, which will be celebrated on Sunday 6 January
The Ven. Keith Dean-Jones asks whether we can pray for rain while in the grip of drought and, if so, what does praying for rain mean?