REFLECTION SECOND SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

18th January 2019

How much do you love me? We’re well into the New Year now and back in Ordinary Time, but today’s readings are anything but ordinary. The account of the wedding feast at Cana is well known and gives us an insight into how much God loves us. When Jesus turned the water into wine, He […]

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REFLECTION THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD

Faith and the Holy Spirit From Pope Francis’ Homily on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord 2018, at the Celebration of Mass where many newborn babies were baptised. “We need the Holy Spirit to transmit the faith; we cannot do it alone. Being able to transmit the faith, the opportunity to transmit it, […]

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REFLECTION THE EPIHANY OF THE LORD

I am not the biggest fan of winter, don’t get me wrong a white Christmas makes it that extra bit special; however it’s the dark nights that get to me. From the moment you wake up its dark and the moment you finish work it’s dark. However that’s nothing compared to the 67 days of […]

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REFLECTION FEAST OF THE HOLY FAMILY

At first glance it might seem unnecessary to have a feast for the Holy Family. Jesus is celebrated all the time, Mary has many days to honour her and St Joseph has two feast days of his own. Why do we need another one for them all together? I think this is exactly the point; […]

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REFLECTION CHRISTMAS DAY

Today we welcome the birth of Jesus, but we also welcome Jesus into our hearts, and rejoice in God our Saviour. When we woke up on Christmas day the excitement can be so overwhelming that our minds our focused elsewhere, what presents will I get this year, what desert could I go for later, we […]

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