BLOG: What Mary means to me

18th October 2018

What Mary means to me There are three specific ways that I have connected with Mary, the mother of Jesus, in my journey of faith. These three things are very personal to me and have had a impact, one way or another, on how I have grown in my relationship with Jesus. When I was […]

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REFLECTION Twenty Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Canonisation of Blessed Oscar Romero Each one of you has to be God’s microphone Today Pope Francis will canonise Oscar Romero, a Bishop from El-Salvador. Blessed Oscar Romero was assassinated whilst saying Mass on the 24th March 1980, a martyr of the Church. As an Archbishop he was renowned for using his homilies to speak […]

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JOB OPPORTUNITY: PARISH YOUTH MINISTER WYTHENSHAWE

Parish Youth Minister Full time Salary £19,000 – £22,000 dependent on experience The Catholic Ministry Team of Wythenshawe are looking to employ a full time Parish Youth Minister to engage with young people in their Parishes and local areas. This role will work closely with the newly formed Shrewsbury Youth Mission Team. The successful candidates […]

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REFLECTION Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

In today’s Gospel Jesus teaches us against divorce. Only a few weeks ago the Pope visited Ireland for the world gatherings of families. Previously Pope Francis has said “We must reaffirm the right of children to grow up in a family with a Father and Mother.” Marriage is a sacrament of the Church and therefore […]

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REFLECTION Twenty Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Lord, revive my soul! 30th September 2018 This Sunday’s readings are a huge wakeup call! On first reading they are daunting and jolting, but praying with these scriptures leads me to a place of deep reflection on how I’m living my life. Jesus is very clear in the Gospel today that we are never to […]

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