Forgiveness

Gospel Reflection for Sunday September 6th 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Jesus speaks about forgiveness in this Sunday’s gospel. When we say the ‘Our Father,’ we pray, forgive us as we forgive others. If we ask and look for forgiveness, then as followers of Jesus, we are challenged to offer forgiveness and at least try to be peacemakers. Again, this is easier […]

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Journey With The Pope – 7/8/2020

FRIDAY AUGUST 7, 2020  “Let us pray for the victims of the explosions in Beirut and for their families; and let us pray for Lebanon so that, through the dedication of all its social, political and religious elements, it might face this extremely tragic and painful moment.” Pope Francis  Photograph from Beirut Friday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time […]

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When A Little Is Enough

Gospel Reflection for Sunday August 2nd 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time   As the bread and wine are transformed during mass, so too are we. It becomes our responsibility to become agents of change to make our families, communities and society better places for everyone. I invite you to read my gospel reflection for this Sunday. With every blessing, Br Michael […]

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“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 – 21/6/2020

SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 2020  “I encourage you to pray for priests, for your parish priest, for those who are close to you and know …, so that through your prayer the Lord will strengthen them in their vocation, comfort them in their ministry and always be ministers of Joy of the Gospel for all people.” Pope Francis  GENERAL AUDIENCE JUNE […]

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Journey With The Pope – 18/6/2020

THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2020  “God never liked to have anything to do with those who prayed the “easy” way. And Moses was not a “weak” dialogue partner either, from the very first day of his vocation… Moses urges us to pray with the same ardour as Jesus, to intercede for the world, to remember that despite all its frailties, it […]

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