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SUNDAY FOUR – 1 FEBRUARY

We have in the last few weeks emphasised the difference between the what and the how. The Church has so much to offer - the what of the Gospel which is proclaimed through WORD and SACRAMENT. The basic what remains constant but the how must vary with the time. Le us anchor ...

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SUNDAY THREE – 25 JANUARY

Last week we reflected on the fact that there was a need to do the ordinary living of a Christian disciple as well as possible and ‘rescue’ the Gospel from becoming humdrum! This week we see that the time for us to begin doing it is right now - in the ...

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SUNDAY TWO – 18 JANUARY

Now, with all the major celebrations behind us we should have managed to refuel ourselves with a positive and enthusiastic approach to the challenges of Christian discipleship. This week we embark on a four-week {plus a few days} programme of routine life and living. I have deliberately chosen the word routine ...

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BAPTISM OF THE LORD – 11 JANUARY

Last week a part of our reflection was to focus on the gifts of the Wise Men and the gifts we offer to and for the Lord. This week we change our focus to the gifts we have received from Christ. This Sunday’s feast of the Baptism of the Lord emphasises ...

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EPIPHANY – 04 JANUARY

On this solemnity of EPIPHANY we recall the arrival of the Wise Men in Bethlehem. There we are told "they worshipped him ... (and) offered him gifts, gold frankincense and myrrh." OUR PSALM states that "the kings of Tarshish ... Sheba and Seba shall bring him gifts. Before him ...

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HOLY FAMILY – 28 DECEMBER

Perhaps some of you have great-uncle Marmaduke still with you this fifth day of Christmas?! Maybe he is rapidly becoming a real burden and testing your Christmas spirit ... drinking your best whisky in an alarming amount, repeating his ‘old’ family stories which you have heard countless times before? Add ...

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