26Jul Setting us on our way

Brian Fahy muses on what has changed in church, and what church should be ... "A place that gathers you in to bless you and encourage you, and that then points out the road to you, the road of your life that you are encouraged to walk, until you reach God’s holy mountain.
We need a Church like that, to gather us in, to fire our hearts and to set us on our way."

26Jul 26 July. Wednesday, Week 16

26 July. Wednesday, Week 16

25Jul 25 July. St James, Apostle

25 July. St James, Apostle

24Jul 24 July. Monday, Week 16

24 July. Monday, Week 16

23Jul Presider’s Page for 23 July (Ordinary Time 16)

We have been called together by the Spirit of God to celebrate the resurrection of the Lord Jesus. The Spirit teaches us to pray, and moves us to glorify the Lord’s name.

23Jul July 23. 16th Sunday in O. T.

July 23. 16th Sunday

22Jul 22 July. St Mary Magdalene

22 July. St Mary Magdalene

21Jul “Longing for the Sun of Justice” 

Women's Ordination Worldwide (WOW) celebrates the feast of St. Mary Magdalene (July 22) with the launch of Dr. Annette Esser’s beautiful original painting, "Longing for the Sun of Justice." The painting symbolizes women’s calling to priesthood, not granted by men in the church, but through Christ.

21Jul Stories to look at the scandal of sexual abuse of minors by clergy  from several different viewpoints

Pádraig McCarthy draws attention to a series of articles in the NCR. "On the National Catholic Reporter website this week, beginning 17 July, is 'a series of stories that will challenge our readers to look at the scandal of sexual abuse of minors by clergy from several different viewpoints: from the perspective of a victim/survivor, from the perspective of a convicted offender, from the perspective of a family member of a victim, and from the perspective of professional advocates and watchdogs.' "

21Jul 21 July. Friday in Week 15

Saint Lawrence of Brindisi, priest and doctor of the church

1st Reading: Exodus 11:10-12:14

Passover is a reminder of our deliverance from slavery and death.

Moses and Aaron performed all these wonders before Pharaoh; but the Lord hardened Pharaoh’s heart, …




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