Marked out for a Mission
The Holy Family is the focus on the first Sunday after Christmas, so we honour Jesus, Mary and Joseph today. We worship God who shared the life of the human family, and thank God for all the gifts we continue to receive in each other.
The Trials of the Holy Family of Nazareth
They died for Christ, though they did not know it
John’s Message of Life
“Do not charge them with this sin”
Christians celebrate an amazing mystery — God is born in time. The eternal God has taken human flesh, has pitched his tent in the midst of humanity. With joy in our hearts, we contemplate the mystery of the Word made flesh.
Theme: We celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ in our world, though he was with God the Father before all ages. His birth opens up for us a glorious new identity, as children of God. First Reading: Book of Isaiah 52:7-10 (A prophecy describing the joy of the faithful watchmen, when they see the Lord,…
No Room For Them
Sharing a great mission
Converter of Hearts
Some minor points to let your mind wander on in the readings for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Year A.
The Season of Advent ends on Tuesday, so the celebration of the birth of Christ is now very close. We gather in preparation for that great event, worshipping God who was made flesh to bring us to glory.
What’s in a name?
An interesting overlap
Some Wonderful News