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by David Walker -Second Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year B
What does it mean to be a follower of the Lord Jesus? Surely to listen and hear his voice, and to go where he leads us. Today, as we enter the ordinary season of the year, we begin our story of Jesus’
by David Walker -Pastoral Letter from Bishop John
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In the first place, I would like to wish you all a Hope-filled, happier and healthier New Year; one in which we may rise to the challenges and opportunities of our response
by David Walker -The Baptism of the Lord
It may seem strange, but this is a Christmas Feast. Not if we think of Christmas only in terms of the Baby in Bethlehem, but if we have followed the ideas of the Feasts of Holy Family and especially Epiphany, and have
by David Walker -
Churches Remain Open for public Worship.
There seems to be an effort, on the part of just a small number of local authorities, to ask for the closure of churches. They have no authority to insist on this. The Government website and the
by David Walker -Second Sunday of Christmas Year B
Our hope is in God, not in the sense of a generic religiosity or a fatalism cloaked in faith. We trust in God who revealed completely and definitively in Jesus Christ his desire to be with human beings, to
by David Walker -News & Views January 2021
“Hope is one of the main guiding forces in human life, as without hope, easy becomes difficult and possible turns into impossible. But it is also very like our human nature to lose hope in challenging situations.
by David Walker -The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary & Joseph
As an example for us to follow, the Holy Family can seem a little too perfect: when we consider the more dramatic events of the Christmas and Easter story, it can seem so far removed from us. And
by David Walker -Fourth Sunday of Advent Year B
Here we enter a new stage of Advent: having spent so much time on the Second Coming, now we look back, to remember the details of the Lord's First Coming. Today we focus on the character of Mary, and hear of the
by David Walker -Third Sunday of Advent Year B "Gaudete Sunday"
So who is coming? This Sunday's readings help to answer that question. John the Baptist is asked about the coming of the Messiah - is it him? He affirms his role as a witness to speak for the
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