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- There is no break between Christmas and Ordinary Time one flows almost seamlessly into the other through the Baptism of Jesus. We ended our [...]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 [...]In the East, this Season of Christmas is called the ‘Time of Manifestation’, or Showing. Today is the ‘Feast of the Manifestation’, or the [...]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 [...]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 Lords [...]In many ways the readings this Sunday are simply a continuation of last week Isaiah gives us more details about the work of the Messiah, and [...]Throughout the first three weeks of Advent, our focus is very clearly on the End of Time, and the Second Coming of the Lord - not on the run-up [...]Advent opens with a great promise: In the days to come the hope of people who need God. ...The master is coming is also a promise, not a [...]The year of Saint Luke ends with a characteristic take on the feast of Christ the King: in Luke's gospel we are so familiar with seeing and [...]
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