The Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord

 

Feast of the Epiphany 2019 Newsletter

 

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The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph

 

The Holy Family 2018 Newsletter

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4th SUNDAY IN ADVENT

 

4th Sunday of Advent 2018 Newsletter

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3rd SUNDAY IN ADVENT

 

3rd Sunday in Advent 2018 Newsletter

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2nd SUNDAY IN ADVENT

 

2nd Sunday in Advent 2018 Newsletter

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1st SUNDAY IN ADVENT

 

 

1st Sunday in Advent 2018 Newsletter

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34th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 

 

34th Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018 Newsletter

 

 

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33rd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 

33rd Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018 Newsletter

 

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32nd SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 

32nd Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018 Newsletter

 

 

 

 

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31th SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

 

31st Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018 Newsletter

 

The Word This Week

Every priest, and indeed every Catholic, can sometimes find themselves in the position of someone asking “This religion of yours –what’s it all about, really, when you come down to it? What’s the bottom line?”Our temptation might be to start going on at length, which is when we should remember this Gospel. Jesus, asked a very similar question, pins our faith down to two very simple things –love of God and love of neighbour –which together make up the foundation for everything else in our religion. The very simplicity of these two commandments is a gift, so that we can try to live them out each day of our lives. The first commandment, which is also that given by Moses in the first reading, is actually a prayer that our Jewish brothers and sisters still recite every single day.  Jesus, our perfect High Priest, gives us these two commandments to be written in our heads and our hearts, to remember each day, so that we may conduct ourselves in the paths of the Kingdom of God

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