REFLECTION – Third Sunday of Lent

2nd March 2018

We hear in today’s Gospel how Jesus becomes angry in the Temple. We experience anger ourselves almost on a daily basis. However the extent of anger most probably stems from our impatience as human beings. Jesus on the other hand was angry because He felt people were showing a complete lack of respect for the […]

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BLOG: An interview with Jimmy Mitchell – founder of Love Good

Love What Is Good. Become What You Love. Free music from a movement that is changing the world one song at a time Catherine first met Jimmy at the annual UK Lifeteen Summer Camp in 2015, that is held here in Britain (#LTCampUK). He is from Nashville, Tennesse. Jimmy is a gifted speaker with a […]

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REFLECTION: Second Sunday of Lent

God is on our side In this weekend’s readings we hear the familiar story of the Transfiguration of the Lord. In that moment Jesus revealed to Peter and John exactly who He was. God. In that moment, alongside, Moses and Elijah, the two Disciples experienced heaven on earth. There are a few places, and experiences, […]

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BLOG: St Peter’s Chair

Is today really a feast day for a chair? Well, yes and no. Yes, there is a physical object in Rome called ‘the chair of St Peter’ but more than that today’s feast day celebrates the spiritual significance of the chair. It represents the special role given to St Peter by Jesus that we hear […]

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REFLECTION: First Sunday of Lent

February 18th 2018 Lent is upon us already, I can’t be the only one who thinks it’s only just been Christmas! This is why I’m thankful for the Church’s liturgical seasons; Lent is often a reality check for my faith, an opportunity to put my relationship with Jesus back in right order. Today’s Gospel reading […]

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