Feast of Philip and James

May 03, 2023
The feasts of the Apostles are always special and today, on the feast of Philip and James, the words of Jesus to Philip deepen for us the meaning of the Incarnation, the coming of the Son of God into our human life
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  The “Antioch” experience

May 02, 2023
What happened at Antioch, as we read in today’s first reading from the Acts of the Apostles 11:19-26, when some of the believers decided to go out and preach to the Greeks has been variously called an experiment, a revolution, a new direction or a new movement.
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  Feast of St Joseph the Worker

May 01, 2023
Today we celebrate the feast of St Joseph the Worker. The feast was established by Pope Pius X11 in 1955 to bring a religious aspect to International Workers Day.
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  Feast of Peter Chanel

Apr 28, 2023
Today we celebrate the feast of Peter Chanel, patron of Oceania and of Aotearoa, New Zealand.
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  “How can I unless someone guide me?”

Apr 27, 2023
During my years as a student in biblical studies at Trinity College, Dublin, I remember coming across an account of how theological students from Europe, back in the Middle Ages, would undertake the perilous journey to Ireland in order to study biblical Hebrew.
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  The Good News of Mark

Apr 26, 2023
Today we celebrate the feast of St Mark, transferred from yesterday because of the special mass for Anzac Day
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  Feeding the crowd

Apr 21, 2023
''Cocavi'' is a Quechua word from the Andes which means the food that people take with them when they go on a journey
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