“Do not forget your poor servants for ever.” – Psalm 73

12th Week of Ordinary Time Saturday June 27th Today’s reflection: “Do not forget your poor servants for ever.” – Psalm 73 No matter how bad the lockdown has been for us there are people much off in the world. Think of them and pray for them in some way and thank God for your many blessings.  We hope you have a […]

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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 – 17/6/2020

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 2020  “Given the current health crisis in various countries, many children are forced into jobs that are inappropriate for their age, so as to help their own families who are in conditions of extreme poverty. Many cases are forms of slavery and confinement, resulting in physical and psychological suffering. We are all responsible for this. I appeal […]

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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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All the ends of the earth…

4th Week of Easter Saturday May 9th Today’s reflection: All the ends of the earth… – Responsorial Psalm 97 We are all suffering because of the current pandemic. Today choose a third world country and remember the people who live there. Say a Hail Mary for Oblate Priests and others who work to ease the suffering of people there. We hope you […]

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Journey with The Pope – 28/4/2020

TUESDAY,  APRIL 28, 2020  “Seeing what divided the first Christian communities, I find three: first, money. Paul says the same thing: “The rich bring things to eat and they eat, and the poor remain standing” (Cf. 1 Corinthians 11:20-22), we leave them there as if to say to them: “Arrange yourselves as you can.” The love of money divides the […]

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