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- Todays Gospel turns our thoughts to the strange phenomenon of persecution: throughout the history of mankind, the truth has been a commodity that [...]The Eucharist the Body and Blood of Christ is a mystery with so many layers and a depth that takes more than a lifetime to penetrate. It is not [...]We begin our Summer 'Ordinary Time' by celebrating a strange feast - not of a particular saint or event, but of the awesome paradoxes of our God, [...]We arrive at the fiftieth day - the completion of the Easter Season, and the completion of the Paschal Mystery: the Lord has died, is risen, has [...]In his farewell discourse to the disciples, Jesus stressed the importance of his “return to the Father”, the culmination of his whole mission: [...]By now we are some distance away from Easter, but the season is still permeated with the Easter message: Christ is risen, we are baptised in him. [...]This week we continue to explore the meaning of baptism, of membership of the Church, of living a life which has been immersed in the life and [...]This Sunday is traditionally called Good Shepherd Sunday, because of the Gospel references to Jesus as the Good Shepherd. It is also the day of [...]During the Season of Easter we walk with the Risen Lord, enjoying his appearing to his disciples. Today's gospel is one of the loveliest accounts [...]
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