Showing posts with label A Father Ignatius Story. Show all posts
Showing posts with label A Father Ignatius Story. Show all posts

2 Jun 2017

NO CONFESSIONS HERE

DO YOU GO TO CONFESSION REGULARLY?
WHAT SINS DO YOU CONFESS?
DO YOU TELL THE WHOLE TRUTH?
OR DO YOU NOT CONFESS SOME SINS?
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED ONCE AT THE CONFESSIONAL

13 Jul 2016

I am running out of priests ...


THIS ARTICLE IS CONTROVERSIAL
YOU MAY NOT LIKE IT
YOU MAY DISAGREE WITH IT
OR
YOU MAY PERHAPS AGREE WITH (SOME OF) IT
IT IS BASED ON TRUE FACTS

23 Jun 2016

THE PRIEST AND PROSTITUTE

What would you do if your priest has been arrested and is accused of murder? Would you join the tittle-tattle and gossip amongst parishioners? Would you not believe the accusation and defend the priest; perhaps offering support? Or would you do nothing and wait until events unfold?

When Father Ignatius is accused of murder his whole world is turned upside down. The Church is shaken to its foundation and people jump to all sorts of conclusions.


THE PRIEST AND PROSTITUTE” is a fast-paced story with believable characters and situations. A realistic self-test as to one’s faith and beliefs, as well as the ability to stay focussed on God when it seems He has abandoned you. The author skilfully combines humour with suspense to deliver a Christian message relevant to today's society.

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18 Jun 2016

Forgiveness

DO YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH FORGIVENESS?
HAS SOMEONE HURT YOU REALLY BADLY?
AND THE MEMORY LINGERS ON?
HAVE YOU TRULY FORGIVEN THEM? REALLY?

31 May 2016

Mary Cries

Father Ignatius was in his office when George came running in.

“Father come quick” he gasped in between breaths, “the Virgin Mary is crying ….”

“Calm down George … take a deep breath … now tell me, what is going on?”

“The statue of the Virgin Mary, in church …” said George, “it is crying. Come and see for yourself ….”

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