01Dec 01 December, 2019. First Sunday in Advent

The coming of the Son of Man at the first Christmas was and is the best of good news, a gift beyond all our imaginings...


17Nov 17 November, 2019. 33rd Sunday (C)

As the church's year is ending, we remember the 'last things' and in particular, the promise of Our Lord's return. This invites us to live our lives in the light of eternity...

10Nov 10 November, 2019. 32nd Sunday (C)

With eyes of faith, we see life as a journey towards the destiny God has in store for us; for "In my Father's house... and I am going to prepare a place for you."


03Nov 03 November, 2019. 31st Sunday (C)

The meeting with Zacchaeus higlights the mindset of Jesus towards ministry. He cames "to seek out and save what was lost." If we recognise our "lostness." ..


27Oct 27 October, 2019. 30th Sunday (C)

Opposites can attract: In marriage and other human relationships we often notice how unlike personalities complement each other. But opposites can also be far apart, like the tax collector (far off), and the Pharisee, (confident and up-front)...

20Oct 20 October, 2019. 29th Sunday (C)

There was something the widow badly wanted, and, despite has heartlessness, the judge had to give in to her eventually, as she showed no sign of giving up...

13Oct 13 October, 2019. 28th Sunday (C)

One of the lepers, who knew that he was healed, showed great appreciation. He prostrated himself at Jesus' feet and thanked him. And he was a Samaritan...

06Oct 06 October, 2019. 27th Sunday (C)

Early in the morning Jesus often went up the hillside, his favourite place for quiet prayer. When visiting Jerusalem, he spent nights at prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane...

29Sep 29 September, 2019. 26th Sunday (C)

"Please send him to my father's house to warn my five brothers, to keep them from coming into this place of torment.' Abraham replied, 'They have Moses and the prophets; they should listen to them.'

22Sep 22 September, 2019. 25th Sunday (C)

We may worry about devaluation and shrinking purchasing power as we recall what money could buy when we were young. But what really devalues money is if we make it an idol, or use it purely selfishly...




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