18th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 2nd August Why spend your money on what cannot fill, why spend your time on what fails to satisfy? In times of the pandemic, there are two fundamental questions about how we spend our time and how we spend our money? The spiritual exercise of looking at our diaries and […]
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17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 26th July Where is my life heading? Solomon prays for the gift of service for himself into seeking to discern between good and evil in the service of others. In fact, it is one of the reasons we need to pray for the people who offer leadership either in government […]
16th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 19th July The Tolerant Gardener I was struck by how when I look at the little garden I am cultivating under my window that the weeds seem to be more prolific than the carefully planted bulbs. I have the hopes of a wonderful floral display to greet me especially in […]
15th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 12th July The Careless Gardener Over the weeks and months since we entered into the pandemic, I have a fresh appreciation of nature and creation. There has been a growing appreciation of how things grow even in the midst of terrible disasters. Going through some of the countryside ravaged by […]
14th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 5th July Come to me all you who are heavily burdened! Often we feel that trying to find God in daily life can be hard work! Yet in the gospel reading for the weekend we discover a God who labours for us and with us. This discovery can change the […]
13th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 28th June Nurturing the holy Many of us have an intuitive sense of what makes for a holy person but we find it hard to give expression to this in words. They speak with words which are heard by the ear of the heart and seek to articulate our deepest […]
12th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 21st June Telling our truth to the world In reading through the newspapers over the last few months there has been much which has sought to elicit the opinions of people. Not least these have focussed on the pandemic and social unrest in the United States. There has been a […]
Feast of Corpus Christi– 14th June Eat to your heart’s content One of the ways which we are called to trust another is to sit down and have a meal with them. This is not only sharing their company but a reassurance that we will not be ill-fed or be poisoned by what we eat. […]
Trinity Sunday – 7th June Not to condemn the world but save it Over the last week, there has been much which has focussed our attention on the civil strife in America. It has also drawn much commentary which seeks to understand what is happening and the potential fallout for the rest of the world. […]
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