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2nd Sunday in Lent

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The gospel story is about the transfiguration which was an amazing event in the Lord’s life. The apostles were completely overcome when given a glimpse of Christ in all his glory and when it was revealed to them who their master was. It was a blessed happening to sustain them in the darkness of Gethsemane, […]

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First Sunday of Lent

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There is no doubt about it, Lent strikes a chord and touches something deep down in all our hearts, as it presents us with the challenge to reject sin and to be faithful to the God of love. Fasting, prayer and alms-giving have been traditionally the central elements of Lent for the Christian. They are […]

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Statement by CCCB President on Supreme Court judgment and physician-assisted suicide

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Catholics are called by their faith to assist all those in need, particularly the poor, the suffering and the dying. Comforting the dying and accompanying them in love and solidarity has been considered by the Church since its beginning a principal expression of Christian mercy. Helping someone commit suicide, however, is neither an act of […]

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Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time

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The gospel today shows us how Christ was moved to compassion when he met the leper. He was not afraid to reach out and touch the infected man. This is only one of many personal encounters between Jesus and those who were sick, where his compassion is so evident. It says something profound about the […]

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5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We would have to be living the life of a hermit to close our eyes to the pain and misery of life about us. Our hearts would be of stone not to be moved by the breakup of a friend’s marriage or a neighbor’s child who is seriously ill, things that are the common lot […]

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4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Occasionally when public figures speak, we refuse to take them seriously because they convey the impression that they are not sincere and are merely voicing the party line. The most fundamental criticism we can make of any person is to say that they are not of their word. Every age has its true and false […]

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3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The readings of this Sunday are especially chosen to highlight the theme of repentance. God’s call to repentance is based on his love and respect for us. It’s an affirmation of our basic worth and pre-supposes that we are valuable. Unless we are gripped by this feeling of being worthwhile objects of God’s love, we […]

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2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The story of God calling Samuel by name is almost magical. But more importantly it is our story too. He stands for all of us ~ people of no significance, the small print of life. We may not be important in the eyes of society but none of us is ever ignored by God. We […]

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Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

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The baptism of Jesus naturally makes us think of our own baptism. Christ’s baptism was not an isolated event in his own life, it was the beginning of a new era in God’s relationship with all of humanity, and has implications for us all, as it affects each of us at the deepest and most […]

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Epiphany of the Lord

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Isn’t it amazing in this sophisticated and scientific age that we are still so interested in stars, horoscopes and astrological signs. The magi’s journey across mountains and deserts, following the star, echoes in our hearts. We feel that we have our own star to follow ~ a yearning deep down within our being for meaning, […]

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