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by David Walker -We must be very careful that the real point of today's first reading is not washed away in genuine concerns over what one can and cannot say about the responsibilities of spouses. This is not, in fact, a recipe for the perfect wife, but an
by David Walker -It is fortuitous that this passage of the Gospel is normally read near to the beginning of November when we have celebrated the feasts of All Saints and All Souls, since it is a strong proclamation of the reality of life after death and the
by David Walker -We have been very fortunate to have had a lot of donations from local businesses for our Christmas Fair on 1st December. To get the best return on these we are holding a Silent Auction. The photo is the Prize Board displayed in the Church
by David Walker -There is a subversive humour in today's Gospel which turns upside down the conventions of everyday life: we see a senior tax official climbing up a tree for a glimpse of Jesus, and the faintly ridiculous scene where Jesus stops, looks into the
by David Walker -On 13 February 2019, it was announced that Pope Francis had approved the Decree concerning this miracle, and Newman's canonisation would take place in Rome on 13 October 2019.
"May He support us all the day long, till the shades lengthen and
by David Walker -Join parishioners and clergy in praying for Vocations at the following series of Holy Hours across the diocese.
by David Walker -A few weeks ago (22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time) we had a Gospel about humility in social life today we hear the Lord reiterating the message, but this time in reference to our prayer lives. The two Gospels are linked by the last words today,
by David Walker -Perhaps the hardest Olympic event is the marathon: not only does it demand strength and fitness, but it calls for immense perseverance and endurance. Life in general and the Christian life, in particular, is a marathon. We will face hills and
by David Walker -There are many messages in todays Gospel: the power of God to heal, the compassion of Jesus for those in need, the fact that a despised foreigner (the Samaritan) is the only one who recognises what has been done, the role of faith and the
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