You can download the Nov/Dec rota here and from the usual places. Copies are also available in the Sacristy.
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St. Luke. Born of a pagan family, he converted to the Christian faith and became a companion of St. Paul on some of the latter’s missionary journeys. He wrote his Gospel in accordance with Paul’s preaching, and he is also responsible for the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament, which reads like a […]
St. John de Brebeuf and his Companions. Between 1642 and 1649 eight members of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) had gone to N. America to preach the faith there. After terrible tortures by the Huron and Iroquois tribes, including being beaten with knotted sticks, having their hair, beards and nails torn out, their fingers […]
St. Paul of the Cross (1694-1775). Born at Ovada, Liguria, as a young man, he helped his merchant father, but, feeling called to a life of perfection, he gave up his worldly goods to look after the sick and the poor for which he assembled a body of companions to help him. He eventually became […]
The man who divorces his wife and marries another is guilty of adultery against her. And if a woman divorces her husband, she is guilty of adultery too.
John said to Jesus, “Master, we saw a man who us not one of us casting out devils in Your name; and because he was not one of us we tried to stop him. “Jesus said, “You must not stop him; no one who works a miracle in my name is likely to speak evil of Me. If anyone gives you a cup of water just because you belong to Christ, I tell you solemnly, he will not lose his reward.”
The Son of Man will be delivered into the hands of men; they will put Him to death; and after He has been put to death, He will rise again.”If anyone wants to be first, he must make himself last of all and servant of all.”
We live in a society which constantly measures success in terms of economic growth and security; a society which rewards the rich with even more riches. Today’s Gospel asks us to look at ourselves critically, to pause and reflect on how detached we are fom “things” to consider who we truly are when our possessions […]
With apologies for the delay (I thought I’d done this last month), here are the links to the rotas for Ministers and Readers for Sept and Oct. These are also now available from the usual places. Ministers Readers