11Sep 11 Sept, Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time


It is false to celebrate our God as the Lord of compassion and love, unless we show mercy to those who have wronged us. Today's Gospel calls us to forgive others as Christ forgives us. Some of the finer minds among the Old Testament writers already perceived this connection:

11Sep New Association in the U.S.

We are delighted to confirm that a new priest’s association has been formed in the United States, known as the Association of U.S. Catholic Priests.
We wish them the very best, and are delighted that one of their leaders, Bernard … Read the rest

11Sep For All and for Many

One of our members,  Seamus Devitt, a Redemptorist, reflecting on the conondrum facing all of us later in the year.  Will we say "for all" or "for many"?

11Sep 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time — Liturgy Preparation

The anniversary of the attack on New York falls on a Sunday this year —and it coincides with Mass readings that focus on forgiveness as a Christian virtue. In the liturgy this Sunday, those who gather for worship will celebrate God’s mercy, and ask for the grace to pass it on to those who cause hurt.