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The Blind Man & the Child

January 5, AD 2018 0 Comments
The Blind Man & the Child

By Ann Tran as told to Jean Seah. Some years ago in Adelaide, I was struggling with my faith and with attending Mass. One day in the Cathedral of St. Francis Xavier, I was kneeling in prayer when I felt a tap on my leg, a sign that someone had entered the pew. I moved […]

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Music inspired by wife’s illness, recovery

September 12, AD 2015 0 Comments
Music inspired by wife’s illness, recovery

While many newlyweds spend their first few months experiencing the joys and challenges of married life, Musician Stephen Sylvester and his wife, Afton, were struggling with a surprising and potentially devastating medical diagnosis. Recently, Ignitum Today Columnist Heather Renshaw sat down with Stephen to chat about life, faith, and Sylvester Band’s campaign to record music borne from that difficult yet inspiring time. Parts […]

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Patience in the Desert

March 5, AD 2015 1 Comment
Patience in the Desert

For forty days Christ suffered in the desert, fasting and depriving Himself of comfort, choosing to undergo hardship and temptation for the sake of teaching us the importance of fortitude, penance, and trust in God alone.  Christ made Himself uncomfortable to show us the importance of doing the same, of not being afraid to do […]

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Writing With Faith

June 19, AD 2012 1 Comment
Writing With Faith

What’s the balance between faith and writing? Where’s the point where you have to stop and think: Am I focusing too much on fiction and losing grip on the Truth? Have I lost sight of what really matters? Am I dwelling on things that aren’t real, and wasting my God-given talent on something that’s only […]

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