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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Saint Anthony – A Saint For People of Many Faiths!

10th Week of Ordinary Time Saturday June 13th Today’s reflection: Saint Anthony – a saint for people of many faiths!  Let us join in communion with millions of Christians, Hindus, Buddhists who pray today with St. Anthony, asking for his help and intercession! We hope you have a great day. God bless, The Oblate Partners in Mission Team

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Journey With The Pope – 9/6/2020

TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2020  “In the life of our “father in faith”, we see a new way of relating to God. Abraham hears the voice of God and trusts in his word and promises. In obedience to the divine word, he leaves his former life behind to journey wherever God leads him, even to the ultimate test of being asked […]

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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 – 12/5/2020

TUESDAY, MAY 12, 2020  “What is there behind Jesus? There is a history, a history of grace, a history of election, a history of promise. The Lord chose Abraham and went with His people…There is a history of God with His people. And because of this, when Paul was asked to explain the reason for faith in Jesus Christ, he […]

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Journey With The Pope – 6/5/2020

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 2020  “Indeed, the boat of our lives slowly advances, restlessly looking for a safe haven and prepared to face the perils and promises of the sea, yet at the same time trusting that the helmsman will ultimately keep us on the right course. At times, though, the boat can drift off course, misled by mirages, not the […]

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Journey With The Pope, 05/03/20

SUNDAY,  MAY 3, 2020  “There is so much need to nurture Christian hope, that hope that gives a new outlook, capable of discovering and seeing good, even when it is obscured by evil: “If hope revives our eyes, we will see what is hidden”, wrote St. Ephraim (Carmen Nisib., 70). The Acts of the Apostles, which the Liturgy offers us […]

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