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4th Sunday in Advent

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With Christmas just around the corner, the days of Advent waiting are almost over.  On this Fourth Sunday the scripture readings are alive with excitement about the Saviour who is coming very soon.  It is no surprise that the spotlight is focused on Mary because no one can help us to understand the meaning of […]

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3rd Sunday in Advent

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There is no mistaking the theme which rings out loud and clear in today’s liturgy  it’s a message of hope and rejoicing.  The Lord is very near, closer to us than we realize. Christ’s nearness is the strength which touches all our lives for he is now working with us and in us.  This call […]

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2nd Sunday in Advent

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If Christmas is to be a deeply religious experience and not just a pagan festival of merriment, the holy season of Advent has got to be taken seriously and not robbed of its meaning.  These days leading up to the celebration of Christ’s birth are a time of hope and renewal.  They provide us with […]

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1st Sunday in Advent

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The First Sunday of Advent is with us again, ushering in the new year of the Church.  This season has a twofold character.  It is a preparation for celebrating Christ’s birth among us and a reminder of his second coming in glory, at the end of time.  The readings contain some valuable pointers warning us […]

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The Feast of Christ the King

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Today the church year draws to a close on a sombre note with a gospel scene from Good Friday.  Jesus stands on trial before Pilate accused of being a king.  However, Christ was not a king in a recognizable worldly manner.  Christ is a spiritual leader who rules by truth and love.  He is out […]

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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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This time of year we are invited to pause momentarily for serious thought on the end of the world.  This invitation from scripture is not meant to frighten or threaten but to give consolation, hope and encouragement in life’s difficulties.  The readings aim to focus our minds on an overall view of life’s purpose so […]

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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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We have all heard the saying ‘It’s the thought that counts, it’s the self-giving in the gift which expresses love’ – and that is what Jesus is telling us in the story of the widow’s mite.   What makes her gift valuable and important is not its size but the heart and the sacrifice behind it.  […]

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The Feast of All Saints

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Today’s feast of All Saints should give us fresh courage to continue taking up our cross daily to follow Christ.  It tells us that even now we must start living as children of God.  Heaven is within our reach.  It reminds us that holiness of life is not for the privileged few but what God […]

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Catechism News

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Please contact the Parish Office if you have not received a call or an e-mail about a class for your child. Grade 2 (First Communion) parents meeting Sunday, October 25th from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Church. Children in Grade One are invited to attend children’s liturgy for their Grade 1 catechism. Children’s Liturgy will begin at the 10:30am Sunday […]

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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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The blind Bartimaeus is an example of what our faith and trust in Jesus ought to be.  Although Bartimaeus may have been a beggar, he is a person of gratitude because on receiving his sight he immediately follows Jesus.  The fact that we have eyes does not mean that we always see what is most […]

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