Browsing: Life to the Full

Life to the Full is an initiative of the youth at All Saints Liverpool. It’s aimed at helping young people actively engage with life issues through catechesis and other opportunities for formation and action. It seeks to give voice to a message that today is radically counter-cultural, to promote the teachings of the Church that unwaveringly defend the dignity of man and the sanctity of all human life, and to grow in relationship with Christ who came that we might have life and have it to the full.

Life to the Full

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In this second part of his talk on the life and legacy of Benedict XVI, Fr Epeli Qima Qima reflects on our modern world and the future of the Church, drawing from the Holy Father’s own words at his last general audience.

Life to the Full Pope Emeritus Benedict 3

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There is no doubt that the historic abdication of Pope Benedict XVI has raised questions and fears for Christians and non-Christians alike. Taking a step back from all the speculation about motives and prophecies, Fr Epeli Qimaqima reflects on the gift of Benedict XVI: how even through his decision to renounce his papacy, he continues to lead us faithfully to Christ.

Heaven, Hell & Purgatory HEAVEN

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In this session of Life to the Full, Fr Greg Morgan presents our understanding of what life is in heaven, how we get a foretaste of heaven here on earth, and how the liturgy communicates the reality of heaven.

Heaven, Hell & Purgatory inferno hell

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In this session of Life to the Full, Fr Greg Morgan discusses the reality and logical necessity of Hell, Christ’s own words on it, heresies related to Hell and damnation, and how Heaven is much more important.

Life to the Full FR. GREG MORGAN

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In light of recent media scrutiny and difficulties within the Church, young Sydney priest, Fr Greg Morgan, reflects on how we as Catholics, and how he as a priest, are called to respond in these dark times.

Life to the Full MOTHER MARY

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In this session of Life to the Full, Fr Greg Morgan explores how the person of the Blessed Virgin Mary exemplifies the teachings of Blessed John Paul II in his Theology of the Body, with particular reference to the four Marian dogmas of the Church.

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