An atheist who believes in miracles

Miracle-expert Dr Jacalyn Duffin doesn’t sound like an atheist when she talks about the mysterious benefit of prayer and the witness of a saintly life. She says miracles happen, and are genuine wonders upon which only believers can shed some light. Her position has garnered attention all over the world – and controversy among the…

Thoughts after reading Night’s Bright Darkness by Sally Read

Who else loves a good conversion story? I’ve known many, but found it a great grace to begin the year reading Sally Read’s memoir of her conversion, Night’s Bright Darkness. At the end of 2010 she was confirmed and received her first Holy Communion in the chapel of Santa Marta in Rome after a dramatic…

Take a look at the new FRANKLY

For the second year I was one of the editors of the new Catholic lifestyle magazine, FRANKLY. It has a bit of a quirky, cheeky style, and is full of great stories about faith and life. The first thing people usually say about FRANKLY when they get it is that it looks amazing. It’s got interviews…

On walking some new paths

Hi, I haven’t dropped in here just to chat for a while. I’ve had an interesting couple of weeks thinking, planning, and working on a couple of projects partly as a result of my attendance at the Catholic Digital Media Conference. That experience really gave me the impetus to begin working towards some things I’ve had in mind for…