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Response: The Right Thing, at Last

↓ DOWNLOAD (PDF 262kb) RESPONSE August 12, 2014 The Right Thing, at Last One of the less edifying aspects of our democratic Parliament has been the reluctance, even refusal, of its members to resign when an adherence to proper standards in public life has strongly indicated that they should do so. This attitude ...

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TWENTY FIRST SUNDAY, YEAR A – 24 AUGUST

This week let us start with THE NEW TESTAMENT READING , but recall identical phrases from last week’s Gospel and that of the Eighteenth Sunday. Both these extracts tell us that the disciples ask (tell?!) Jesus to send people away ..... last week it was "send her away", and on the ...

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CARDINAL’S CORNER

I don’t know if you are also feeling a little overwhelmed by the many things that are happening every day, by the speed with which they are happening, and even more by the complicated responses or answers that they demand. This was one of the reasons why the Bishops began a ...

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DHC Update August 2014

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THIS AS A PDF DOCUMENT   THREE FAITHS – ONE SITE The most important institutions in our neighbourhood are religious, cultural and historical : the Juma Musjid (mosque), the Gandhi Library, the Hindu Surat Building, the Victoria Street Market, and of course Emmanuel Cathedral and the Denis Hurley Centre. ...

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TWENTIETH SUNDAY, YEAR A – 17 AUGUST

At first reading there appears to be an evident contradiction (or paradox) between THIS SUNDAY’S OLD TESTAMENT READING . Isaiah proclaims that "the foreigners who join themselves to the Lord, to minister to him, to love the name of the Lord, and to be his servants ... who keeps the sabbath ... ...

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NINETEENTH SUNDAY, YEAR A – 10 AUGUST

This week we continue with reflection on God-in-Christ’s constant love for us - but we approach this from another angle. Let us start by linking some words from this Sunday’s ENTRANCE ANTIPHON with a few others from the OLD TESTAMENT READING . In the antiphon we read, "arise, O God, and defend ...

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