RSSArchive for March, 2014

Gospel Reflections: 4th Sunday Of Lent

  AUDIO GOSPEL REFLECTIONS Recorded Homily, Sunday 30th March 2014: By Father Peter Murphy, Parish Priest, Holy Spirit Lavington, New South Wales.

Simple Sundried Tomato and Olive Oil Salad

Simple Sundried Tomato and Olive Oil Salad

  This Simple Sundried Tomato and Olive Oil Salad is delicious tossed with olive oil and sundried tomatoes. Goes perfectly with a good steak!

Movie Review: Captain Phillips (2013)

  Captain Phillips is based on the true story of Captain Richard Phillips. In 2009 there was the hijacking of the US-flagged MV Maersk Alabama by Somali pirates.. It is a simple storyline and definitely easy to follow. That said, I was unable to look away for a second throughout the film. This is a movie that is […]

How Sleepless Nights Bring You Closer To God

How Sleepless Nights Bring You Closer To God

“So, your baby has been sleeping through since she was 3 months?” “Yeah me neither..” A reality as parents, we realise at some point, is that a good nights sleep is precious.. Or any sleep for that matter.. And a ‘sleep-in’ is a distant mirage that may come one day far far into future.. Although […]

How To Pray The Holy Rosary

How To Pray The Holy Rosary

  The Order of the Holy Rosary The Rosary begins with the Apostles Creed, followed by one Our Father, three Hail Marys, a Glory Be. Next come five mysteries, each consisting of one Our Father, ten Hail Marys, a Glory Be, and, if desired, the Fatima Prayers. Conclude with the Hail Holy Queen.   The […]

Easy Coconut Candy

Easy Coconut Candy

  Easy Coconut Candy is an all in one coconut candy recipe which is absolutely delicious! A sticky treat consisting of dessicated coconut, condensed milk and melted sugar.

Sundried Tomato And Cashew Dip

Sundried Tomato And Cashew Dip

  Sundried Tomato And Cashew Dip is simple dip to whip up for your guests. Best served with plain biscuits so you can fully appreciate its flavour!

Saint Benedict - Saint Of The Week

Saint Benedict – Saint Of The Week

Saint Benedict Feast: 21st March Patron of a happy death St Benedict is the Father of Western Monasticism. He was originally a hermit living in Subiaco after he was educated in Rome. Three years later his holiness was noticed and he was asked by the monks at Vicavaro to be the abbot. He ran a […]

The Way by St. Josemaría Escrivá

The Way by St. Josemaría Escrivá

The Way is written in a direct, conversational style. One of the reasons I love this book is that author, St Josemaria has written in a way enabling you to live out your faith in daily situations; how you can turn ordinary circumstances into acts of love for God. Its short, reflective paragraphs make it easy to pick up […]

Creamy Basil Pesto Pasta

Creamy Basil Pesto Pasta

  A delicious pasta with beef, corn and mushrooms mixed together with a creamy pesto flavoured sauce.