TWENTY EIGHTH SUNDAY – October, 14

‘Fools rush in where angels fear to tread’. These words have become a standard English proverb. They originate in the poem Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope way back in the early 1700’s. I quote them here as a background for TODAY’S OLD TESTAMENT READING [WISDOM 7: 7 – 11]. Understanding comes to us through […]

TWENTY SEVENTH SUNDAY – October, 07

Come whatever and no matter our age or state of life this Sunday’s readings have both a rich and fundamental message for every Christian disciple and member of the Church. Last week’s reflection might have been somewhat depressing or repugnant to a few but this Sunday we are provided with encouragement, hope as well as […]

TWENTY SIXTH SUNDAY – September 30

“Would that all the Lord’s people were prophets, that the Lord would put his spirit upon them.” This text is taken from TODAY’S OLD TESTAMENT READING [NUMBERS 11: 25 – 29]. Make a careful and thoughtful reflection on all the verses of this extract from our scripture. Then ask yourself whether or not there is […]