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- Avvent 2023Wasalna għal bidu ta’ sena ġdida fiċ-ċiklu liturġiku. Il-Knisja tibda s-sena bi preparazzjoni għall-Milied. Hu żmien fejn wieħed jieqaf u jħares lura biex jeżamina il-ħajja spiritwali tiegħu u fl-istess ħin jipprepara lilu nnifsu għal sena oħra. Kull sena x-xhur iġibu staġuni differenti u aħna nippreparaw ħwejjiġna u… Read more: Avvent 2023
- Reflection: Sunset at Dingli CliffsFew Sundays ago, my wife and I ventured to Dingli Cliffs to witness the mesmerizing sunset. The air carried a slight chill, and the tranquil atmosphere was filled with the sounds of birds, seeking shelter in the cozy embrace of trees or cliffside crevices as dawn approached.… Read more: Reflection: Sunset at Dingli Cliffs
- Journey of Grace: Reflections on the Sinner Woman in the Third GospelThe narrative of the sinner woman in the third gospel extends beyond the surface, delving into profound aspects of spirituality and human nature. One key aspect is the notion that Jesus gives us the space and time to draw closer to him. The sinner woman’s unreserved approach… Read more: Journey of Grace: Reflections on the Sinner Woman in the Third Gospel
- Christ Pantocrator: A Personal JourneyIn the quiet contemplation, my gaze often comes to rest upon the arresting image of Christ Pantocrator on my desk. In those moments of stillness, the iconic representation of Christ as the “Ruler of All” becomes more than a mere image; it transforms into a portal to… Read more: Christ Pantocrator: A Personal Journey
- Byzantine Icons: Christ PantocratorThe Christ Pantocrator icon is one of the most iconic and widely recognized images in Byzantine iconography. It depicts Jesus Christ as the “Ruler of All” or “Almighty” and is a central representation in Orthodox Christian art. In this blog, we will look at its description and… Read more: Byzantine Icons: Christ Pantocrator