• September 18, 2020

Topics : Faith

What is the Good News of the Catholic Faith?

Miriam Bartolo SDC shares her views on what is the good news of the Catholic Faith. Pope Francis’ frequent use of the word “joy” Recently, one of my friends remarked that she is struck by how many times Pope Francis mentions joy. She also noted that the word ‘joy’ is found in all the titles […]Read More

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd Explained

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, also known as the Montessori Catechesis, is an educational process of religious formation for children aged between 0-12yrs which leads children to develop an authentic prayerful relationship with God who loves them, through the use of sensorially rich materials. Good Shepherd catechist and Montessori teacher Christina Manara from Malta, […]Read More

How to Teach Children about Faith – by Bishop Mario Grech

Here are five of Bishop Mario Grech’s ideas for parents on how to teach children about faith from one of his homilies entitled – a renewed catechesis. Faith-Sharing Idea 1 – Believe In Your Own Imperfect Family And Connect Faith To Life Bishop Mario felt sure enough to say that “even the most dysfunctional family is […]Read More

Danusan – “Faith Is Like Cheese, It Matures With Time”

Indeed, God calls all sorts of people and works with everybody. That’s what we confirmed at Universe of Faith from comedian duo, Daniel and Sander better known as Danusan. This is the faith journey of these two Maltese comedians, Daniel Chircop and Chrysander Agius, and their thoughts about the Church in Malta. Crysander’s faith journey […]Read More

Prayer for Doubt and Unbelief

A PRAYER FOR DOUBT AND UNBELIEF In this prayer for doubt and unbelief written by Paolo Coelho, the author asks the Lord to protect his doubts, decisions, actions, dreams, his enthusiasm and his very own life. Lord protect our doubts, because doubt is a way of praying. It is what makes us grow, because it […]Read More

Are We All Called to Be Disciples? – Kimberly Terrible

Marine biology lecturer and concert pianist Kimberly Terribile talks about witnessing faith in daily life. Are we all called to be disciples? Kim’s answer is “yes”. “Music had a huge impact on my creativity and formation” As you get to know Kimberly Terribile, the mix of art and science in her life is evident. She […]Read More

Why Is it so Hard to Believe God Loves Me?

Fr David Cefai SJ replies to the question “why is it so hard to believe God loves me?” “It is a great temptation to feel it’s hard to believe that God loves you. However, no matter how you feel, God is always present in your life. Whether you feel abandoned or you feel loved, God is […]Read More

Top Popes’ Quotes About Faith

TOP POPES’ QUOTES ABOUT FAITH 1. Faith Is A Personal Act “Faith is a personal act , the free response of the human person to the initiative of God who reveals himself. The ability to say one believes in God is therefore both a gift , God reveals himself, he comes to meet us , […]Read More

Scientist’s Belief in God

“As a scientist, I am fully aware of how the body works. Healing takes place when the body is alive. I am intrigued by the stigmata case of Padre Pio in recent times when science is now at an advanced stage. This is different from St. Francis’ case when there were no doctors and professors. […]Read More

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