Mike Britton’s Reflection and a Parish Update on the First Sunday of Advent
Watch. Be alert. God’s tender and infinite love is coming.
Eleanor Rabnett’s Reflection and a Parish Update on the Solemnity of Christ the King
God does not see with his eyes, God sees with his heart. And God’s love is the same for everyone.
Andrew Pump’s Reflection and a Parish Update on the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Since the Industrial Revolution, the Magisterium — the teaching authority of the Church — has been a sobering voice, challenging the direction of the promises of progress and growth of modern capitalist societies.
Donna Rietschlin’s Reflection and a Parish Update on the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Wisdom sits at the gate and waits for us. She is available. God is with us at all times. We don’t know the day nor the hour when we will be called to respond with all the gifts God has given us. Let us be watchful. Let us be responsive
Fr. Jim Bleackley’s Homily, Liturgical Resources and a Parish Update on the Solemnity of All Saints
Today, on All Saints’ Day, we celebrate that communion with all those unnamed saints who during their life on earth discovered the utter goodness at the core of their being, and who now see God face-to-face.
Raphael Amato’s Reflection and a Parish Update on the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Jesus reminds us that disconnecting our beliefs in God from relationship with others is not a full understanding of our relationship with God.