Journey With The Pope – 23/9/2020

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 2020  “In the divine attitude justice is pervaded by mercy, while the human attitude is limited to justice. Jesus exhorts us to open ourselves with courage to the power of forgiveness, because we know that not everything in life is resolved with justice. There is a need for that merciful love… How much suffering, how many lacerations, […]

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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 – 21/7/2020

TUESDAY JULY 21, 2020  “Alongside God – the master of the field – who only and always sows good seed, there is an adversary, who sows weeds to impede the wheat’s growth. The master acts in the open, in broad daylight, and his goal is a good harvest. Instead, the other, the adversary, takes advantage of the darkness of night […]

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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 – 15/5/2020

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2020  “”Remain in me and I in you” (Jn 15:4). This “remaining” is not passive but active. It is a mutual remaining. “I am the vine, you are the branches” (Jn 15:5). We branches need the lymph, and the vine needs the fruit of our witness… Prayer belongs to everyone: to men and women of every religion, […]

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