As Catholics we are aware of the practices of fasting and of abstinence. Fasting is about how much or how little food we take in over a period of time. Abstinence has to do with the kinds of foods we deny ourselves (eg meat, chocolate).
I am writing to express my deep concern and disappointment at your government’s decision to provide $650 million to support “sexual and reproductive health programs” globally.
My favourite Memorial Acclamation in the Liturgy of the Eucharist is Option #3. The people acclaim: “Save us, Saviour of the world, for by your Cross and Resurrection you have set us free.” As Christians our goal is union with God, that is, God himself.
We have accompanied Jesus on the "Way of the Cross". We have accompanied him here, on the route of the martyrs, in the Colosseum where so many suffered for Christ and gave their life for the Lord, where in so many, the Lord himself has suffered once again.
Whenever I feel tempted to sin or give in to sinfulness, there’s always a reason. It never just happens, it happens for a reason. When I derail it’s usually because another’s words or actions have made me feel smaller. And when I feel smaller, my temptation is to make myself bigger. With my words and actions I want to show why I&rsquo
Tax receipts for 2016 are available now for pick up from our Welcome Desk after each Mass, and Parish Office during the week.
I’ve been thinking these days of faith. In this week’s Gospel Jesus in fact asks if his followers were “of little faith?” Throughout the Gospels we hear Jesus speaking of faith as part of one’s miraculous healing, of having enough faith to command a mountain to move, or of a lack of faith in his disciples, wh
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