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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You Are Unique!

10th Week of Ordinary Time Tuesday June 8th Today’s reflection: “You are unique!” – Matthew 5:13-16 During these lockdown times, why not try to bring your unique ‘seasoning’ gifts to the your family and friends. A single word of kindness can add so much to a life.  We hope you have a great day. God bless, The Oblate Partners in Mission Team

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CAFOD – Coronavirus Appeal Message

The Corona virus is affecting the most vulnerable people in all societies. Just as the impacts of the coronavirus are being felt at unprecedented levels here in the UK, we are extremely concerned about the impact of that the virus will have on vulnerable and marginalised communities in developing countries with healthcare systems much more fragile than our own.     In some […]

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Journey with The Pope – 29/4/2020

WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 29, 2020  “The month of May is approaching, a time when the People of God express with particular intensity their love and devotion for the Blessed Virgin Mary. It is traditional in this month to pray the Rosary at home within the family. The restrictions of the pandemic have made us come to appreciate all the more this […]

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What if I can’t get to Mass?

A Salesian emergency resource during the coronavirus epidemic: “This short prayer pattern follows the shape of the mass and allows you to participate in a homely prayer. It invites Jesus into your home and into your lives for the coming week. It is designed for families and couples, but it can also be used by individuals who have had to […]

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Stations of the Cross – Week 2

“A painful journey towards healing” Last week’s Stations of the Cross was presented by Fr Frank Ryan and focused on the theme of trauma. It was a very thought provoking session which took those in attendance through the physiological realities of what the Crucifixion would have really been like for Christ. Today, Saturday, 24th February at 11am Today’s Stations of […]

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