Brendan Hoban, in his weekly Western People column, ruminates on the passing of 2016 and what 2017 might hold for us.
Brian Fahy, reflecting on his own life experiences, warns against the presumption that we're always doing good merely because we think we are 'working for God'.
'People in the church presume that what they do is always good since they are working for God. They do not think to question many of the practices they perform precisely for this reason. They do not ever think that they might be mistaken.'
Continuing press coverage of our AGM - care of priests, increasing workload, risk of depression and suicide, need for change of rules.
Apology. Site off line from 31 December until 03 January 2017.
The Holy Name of Jesus; Saint Munchin, bishop
1st Reading: 1 John 2:29 – 3:6
We are God’s children now; when he is revealed, we will be like him
If you know that he is righteous, you may be sure …