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12th week of Ordinary Time 24062019Download

Corpus Christi 23.06.2019Download What a joy it was to be ordained by the Lord to serve the Lord and the People of God on 31 May! Over the last three weeks since Archbishop Mark laid hands on me and invoked the Holy Spirit, many people have asked what it was like (to be ordained), and…

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Holy Trinity 16062019Download When we talk of the Triune God, what do we exactly mean? It was Descartes, a French Philosopher, who spoke of the difference between ‘the god of the Philosophers’ and ‘the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob’. It is the difference between God as studied and thought about intellectually, and God as…

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Pentecost 09062019Download Receive the gift of the Spirit Today we celebrate the great feast of Pentecost. The name “Pentecost” comes from the Greek word “Pentēkostē” meaning “fiftieth.” Like Easter, it is tied to a Jewish feast. 49 days (7 weeks, or “a week of weeks”) after the second day of Passover, the Jews celebrated the…

Ascension of the Lord 02062019Download Behold, Christ Goes Up With Shouts of Joy! On this seventh Sunday of Easter we celebrate Christ’s Ascension into heaven. Christ’s Ascension marks the definitive end of his salvific mission as God made man. That is, his humanity. It also marks the climax of his glorification as the great Messiah….

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Sixth Sunday of Easter – 26052019Download Part of Jesus’ Last Farewell is the assurance that he will not leave the disciples ‘orphans’. Hence, he tells them not to be troubled or afraid. The “Parakletos” is coming, sent by the Father in his name. The New American Bible, the New Revised Standard Version, and the Jerusalem…

Fifth Sunday of Easter – 19052019Download Dear friends, Our culture uses the word “love” in all kinds of ways. “Love” is often used to describe our personal feelings towards someone, or something, or some activity. It can be used to describe a feeling that is deep or shallow, lasting or permanent; either way, in our…

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