Gospel Reflection for Sunday 29th November

29th November 2020

Mark 13:33-37 1st Sunday of Advent Happy New Year! It may seem a strange thing to say at the beginning of December but, Advent is the beginning of the new Church Year. From now until next Advent most of our weekend Gospels will be from Mark. Advent is a time to start preparing our hearts […]

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Gospel Reflection for Sunday 15th November

Matthew 25:14-30 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Use what you have been given God has given you gifts or talents to use at the service of his Kingdom. That is how the Kingdom of God is built up, through you. You have a role to play, no matter your age, status, or circumstance. So, the […]

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Gospel Reflection for Sunday 8th November

Matthew 25:1-13 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Remembrance Sunday ‘Therefore keep watch, because you do not know the day or the hour.’ Raise your hand if you can be a bit of a procrastinator…Whether it’s putting off cleaning our room, washing the dishes or doing that piece of homework. When there’s a task to be […]

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Gospel Reflection for Sunday 1st November

Matthew 5:1-12 All Saints Day Today is the Feast of All Saints – a day we pause and remember all the Saints in heaven, not just those well-known Saints, but those who we knew to be saints in their own way too. Ultimately Jesus calls us all to be Saints in our own lives each […]

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Gospel Reflection for Sunday 25th October

Matthew 22:34-30 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time  Jesus talks to the Sadducees and the Pharisees about two important commandments – ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind’ & ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’. Sometimes we think about these two commandments and we wonder […]

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