Journey With The Pope – 26/6/2020

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2020  “The Lord, offering himself to us in the simplicity of bread, also invites us not to waste our lives in chasing the myriad illusions that we think we cannot do without, yet that leave us empty within. The Eucharist satisfies our hunger for material things and kindles our desire to serve. It raises us from our […]

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Journey With The Pope – 23/6/2020

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2020  “It’s true that Christian life is to obey the Commandments (Cf. Exodus 20:1-11); this must be done. Christian life is to follow the way of the Beatitudes (Cf. Matthew 5:1-13); this must be done. Christian life is to carry out works of mercy, as the Lord teaches us in the Gospel (Cf. Matthew 25:35-36), and this […]

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Corpus Christi

Gospel Reflection for Sunday June 14th Corpus Christi Today, we are also asked to remember that as the followers of Jesus, we are the community of believers; we are the Body of Christ. Now more than ever these days as we pray from our homes, we are connected to each other and Jesus through our prayers and faith. We are not alone […]

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Journey With The Pope – 11/6/2020

THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 2020  “Now, in the midst of this pandemic, I think of you in a special way and wish to express my closeness to you…You often feel rage and powerlessness at the sight of persistent inequalities and when any excuse at all is sufficient for maintaining those privileges. Nevertheless, you do not resign yourselves to complaining: you roll […]

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St Barnabas – ‘The son of encouragement!’ Acts 11: 21b-26

10th Week of Ordinary Time Thursday June 11th Today’s reflection: St Barnabas – ‘The son of encouragement!’ Acts 11: 21b-26 How can you encourage the person who is feeling ‘out of sorts’, weary and lonely to find the strength and hope in their lives.  We hope you have a great day. God bless, The Oblate Partners in Mission Team

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Journey With The Pope – 17/5/2020

SUNDAY, MAY 17, 2020  “In these days of great anxiety and hardship, many have used war-like metaphors to refer to the pandemic we are experiencing. If the struggle against COVID-19 is a war, then you are truly an invisible army, fighting in the most dangerous trenches; an army whose only weapons are solidarity, hope, and community spirit, all revitalizing at […]

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Journey With The Pope – 16/5/2020

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2020  “The crisis we are facing should not make us forget the many other crises that bring suffering to so many people…Displaced people offer us this opportunity to meet the Lord, even though our eyes find it hard to recognize him: his clothing in tatters, his feet dirty, his face disfigured, his body wounded, his tongue unable […]

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St Beuno’s Outreach: Prego Groups by Zoom Technology

Hello to all members of the Prego groups in the Wrexham diocese. I hope you are managing and adapting to the ‘different’ situation we and everyone else in the world find ourselves in. Most of you know that Prego groups have been meeting in our churches, church rooms and in people’s homes across the diocese for many years now. Their […]

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Journey With The Pope – 14/5/2020

THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020  “The peace the world gives isolates us from others. It lulls us to sleep, and is temporary and sterile. The peace the Lord gives is lasting, fruitful, contagious. It makes us go out to create community. It is filled with hope because it looks toward Heaven.” Pope Francis  Photograph from Kenya  Feast of Saint Matthias, Apostle […]

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