Reflection on the Eleventh Sunday Ordinary Time

by Fr Dumisani Mazibuko OSM

From the little seed to the large Tree

One thing is clear, growth is gradual and not instantaneous. Growth needs patience, determination and time. From the little seed to the large tree is the theme of this Sunday’s readings. Spiritual growth is a process. The first step is openness to growth. Indeed from the very beginning God created us so that we may grow not only spiritually but holistically. How best can we today best can we as Church be catalyst to the growth of the God’s Kingdom?. How can the Church support the growth of the Kingdom in areas where it seem to diminish? With the seed-God’s word implanted in us, how can we allow it to grow within us? I believe the growth of God’s Kingdom is being placed in our hands as we listen to God’s word . are we going to allow it to spread and grow within us? Continue reading “Reflection on the Eleventh Sunday Ordinary Time”

Vacancy at St Theresa’s Clinic

St Theresas Clinic

P.O. Box C2559 Clinic Tel: 2505 2438

Hub, Manzini Office Tel: 2505 6897

Swaziland E-mail: catholicclinics@gmail.com Fax: 2505 6897

by Clinic Administrator

VACANCY

St. Theresa’s Clinic has a vision to be Swaziland’s leading health facility in good client experience, clinical outcomes and mentorship. As such, the Clinic is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the following position: Continue reading “Vacancy at St Theresa’s Clinic”

The fear to ask “why”

by Bishop Jose Luis IMC

During May I was asked to address members of the “Swaziland Council of Catholic Women” (SCCW) on “The Spiritual and Social approaches of the church to the suffering of the world”.

Preparing for the talk I remembered a story Bishop Barry Wood OMI used to tell us. Barry was the auxiliary bishop of Durban and a good friend. He died a year ago. We used to sit down next to each other at the bishops’ meeting.

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