31Jul 31 July, 2020. Friday of Week 17

31 July, 2020. Friday of Week 17

30Jul Statues Beware

Seamus Ahearne is moved by a speech in the U.S. House of Representative by Alexandria Ocasio Cortez of New York to ask "If we as Church, listened to her words, might we find much of her address applicable to ourselves? How women are treated? How they are excluded for spurious theological reasons.  How even the language of our Liturgy insults them; disrespects them; belittles them."

30Jul 30 July, 2020. Thursday of Week 17

30 July, 2020. Thursday of Week 17

29Jul Can the Irish Church learn from Australia – Zoom Meeting

You are invited by the Association of Catholic Priests to take part in a Zoom meeting on Thursday 30 July at 12 noon with church commentator Paul Collins from Australia.

29Jul 29 July, 2020. Wednesday of Week 17

29 July, 2020.
Wednesday of Week 17

28Jul 28 July, 2020. Tuesday of Week 17

28 July, 2020. Tuesday of Week 17

27Jul 27 July, 2020. Monday of Week 17

27 July, 2020. Monday of Week 17

26Jul A New Lectionary for Scotland – ‘Another fine mess’ ?

The Scottish bishops have approved the use of the Catholic Edition of the English Standard Version (ESV) Bible, published in 2018, as the base text for the new translation of the Lectionary for Scotland.
This version is known for its more 'literal' translation and lack of inclusive language.
The Irish bishops have yet to announce a decision about a new lectionary for Ireland. Can we have any hope we will avoid another fiasco like the 2011 Missal?

26Jul Presider’s Page for 26 July (Ordinary Time 17)

God has given us many gifts, including the promise that we will share in Christ’s glory. We give thanks for these treasures, as we continue on our journey to the fullness of the kingdom of heaven.

26Jul 26 July, 2020. 17th Sunday, Year A

26 July, 2020. 17th Sunday, Year A




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