Join us each Wednesday at 5pm, for Revive@5
Each session is an opportunity for spiritual nourishment, reflection and renewal. The sessions can be accessed via this Zoom link, and will be made available here afterwards, for staff to watch at their own convenience.
Revive@5 (Pocket Edition) is here for the school holidays! Use the audio player below, or the download the file using the more actions button (three dots) on the right.
Our latest Revive@5 includes Fr. Michael McLean, as he explores John 19:25-27 and the Farah Family, who lead us in prayer, through song. Join them and Mouna Roche for Revive@5. Please note that the next two Revive@5 sessions will be audio files that can be accessed and played on this page at 5pm on each Wednesday.
The sixth Revive@5 evening includes Fr. John Greig, as he explores Matthew 1:18-23 and Anita Sicari, who models praying with art, using “The father’s Embrace” by Murillo. Join them and Mouna Roche for Revive@5.
For our fifth Revive@5, Fr. James McCarthy explores Luke 4:38-44, explaining the role of healing in our lives, and how we are called to be active and alive in the world, spreading the Good news of Jesus. Christopher Neaves guides us through a Lexio Divina based on Psalm 39. Join them and Mouna Roche for Revive@5.
Welcome to our fourth Revive@5. Tonight, Br. Pat Hurley explores Matthew 23:27-32, focusing on the importance of prayer and service of others in our lives, and John Burland shows us the power of forgiveness. Join them and Mouna Roche for Revive@5.
In our third Revive@5, Fr. Dan McCaughan shows us how we can turn our current situations into grace for others, and Ivanka Rancic guides us in a Christian meditation. Join them, Mouna Roche and John Burland for Revive@5.
Join us for a time of rest, reflection and renewal with Fr. Michael Court, Mouna Roche, Cheryl Fernandez and John Burland. This week Fr. Michael explores authentic witness and challenging conversations, and we reflect on the feast of St Mary of The Cross Mackillop.
Mouna Roche invites you to rest, reflect and renew, as Fr. Paul Monkerud explores Matthew 15:21-28, and Christopher Neaves guides us in the Examen prayer of St Ignatius.