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TRINITY SUNDAY – May 31

COMMUNITY and FAMILY .... perhaps this is the best description of the Trinity? Never forget that our God is Trinitarian. The neglect of one impoverishes the other two - - - resulting in an unbalanced understanding and appreciation of WHOM our God is, HOW he operates and functions. It is this ...

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PENTECOST SUNDAY – May 24

This Pentecost Sunday let us start with the second stanza of TODAY’S PSALM , turn it upside down and away from physical death. There are so many ways of dying and scripture contains many references relating to the expression of dying to self. Perhaps the best example is seen in the ...

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Novena from Ascension to Pentecost

Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Preparing for Pentecost Come Holy Spirit Novena from Ascension to Pentecost FOREWORD The novena in honour of the Holy Spirit is the oldest of all novenas since it was first made at the direction of Our Lord himself when he sent his apostles back to Jerusalem to await the coming ...

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JUNE REFLECTIONS SUSPENDED

We regret to announce that the weekly scripture reflections for the month of June will be suspended. The reflections will resume as of July 2015. Our Sincerest Apologies God Bless

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THE ASCENSION – May 17

Something has sparked off one of my favourite images of the Ascension of the Lord ... a handing-over of responsibility for the future growth and development of the Church, the Christian Community. A handing-over is not something achieved haphazardly at the last moment or in a rush. In addition, an effective ...

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SIXTH EASTER SUNDAY – May 10

Before the Easter Season comes to an end it must be emphasised that it is a SEASON OF JOY! THIS SUNDAY’S ENTRANCE ANTIPHON provides a splendid summary: "Proclaim a joyful sound and let it be heard: proclaim to the ends of the earth: the Lord has freed his people, alleluia." How really ...

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