In our final episode, host Ryan Gato speaks with Katie Lynch, a committed and passionate Marist who has worked in our communities for a number of years. Katie reminds us of the importance of being present in our daily lives; to the world, to those around us and to God. She stresses that it’s in the space of being present that we experience the freedom of God: “to let go and to let God.”
In this episode, host Tony Clarke is joined by Matthew Hutchison, current principal of Marist College Canberra. Matthew shares of his personal faith journey and experience, as well as speaking explicitly of the concept of living with a ‘healthy restlessness.’ Drawing upon themes of Pope Francis, he urges as to the dangers of being indifferent and of our need to walk with others.
In this episode, host Ryan Gato is joined by Br Mark O’Connor fms, who currently works as the Vicar of Communications for the Diocese of Parramatta and for the Marist Association. Mark shares of his own experience of faith, describing it as an interior journey that matures through understanding and ongoing reflection. He asks us to consider what our hearts truly desire and encourages us to see where God is at work in our lives.
In this episode, host Tony Clarke speaks with Rebecca Bromhead, current CEO of Australian Marist Solidarity based in Brisbane. Rebecca speaks of her privileged vocation; one of living in a way that respects and enhances the life of others, particularly among the young and most vulnerable. Her message is one of love and regard for all people, as well as highlighting the importance of stewardship.
In this episode, host Ryan Gato is joined by Dr Danielle Lynch, a teacher and musician at Marcellin College Bulleen, to explore how important it is to cherish the journey that comes with our faith. Danielle draws upon her experience in Catholic education to highlight the necessity of journeying together, as well as expressing her personal reflections through music.
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In this episode, host Tony Clarke is joined by Marist Brother Tony Leon to reflect upon the significance of God’s freedom that is offered freely to all of humanity. Br Tony shares about his time as the Director of the Brothers Commission in Rome, his personal experience as a Brother, and his insights gained along his journey.