Takes place on Friday 30th November. Tickets are £4.00. See John Cannovan for more info.
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The Church of Our Lady near the Temple in Jerusalem was dedicated in 543. Together with Eastern Christians, we celebrate the dedication of herself which Mary made to God from her childhood under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit Who filled her with grace at her immaculate conception. Picture: Fresco of the Presentation of the Virgin […]
A Roman 3rd century martyr, a basilica was erected in her honour in the 5th century. According to legend, she was a noble Christian betrothed to a pagan, Valerian. She had already vowed her virginity to God, and refused to consummate her marriage. Both her husband and his brother, who had become Christians, were arrested […]
The third pope after St. Peter to rule the early Church about the end of the 1st century. He wrote a renowned letter to the Corinthian community with the object of preserving peace and concord among them. Picture: 11th-century fresco in the Basilica of San Clemente, Rome: Saints Cyril and Methodius bring Saint Clement’s relics to […]
Take the fig tree as a parable: as soon as its twigs grow supple, and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near. So with you when you see these things happening: know that He is near … at the very gates. I tell you solemnly, before this generation has passed away all these things will have taken place.
Beware of the scribes who like to walk about in long robes to be greeted obsequiously in the market squares. These are the men who swallow the property of widows, while making a show of lengthy prayers. The more severe will be the sentence they receive. I tell you, this poor widow has put more in that all who have contributed to the Treasury; they have all put in money they had over … but she, from the little she had, has put in everything she possessed, all she had to live on.
This is the first Commandment: “You must love your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength. The second is this: You must love your neighbour as yourself. There is no Commandment greater than these.”