Reflections

Love of God 

Have you ever been asked:  do you love God? Whatever we think, let us say that we do love God to some extent. Do not be afraid to say it. The first step to that love is faith. Faith opens the gate to another world, the world of God’s presence, tenderness, love, call to mission. It is through faith that our relationship with God […]

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Baptism of the Lord  

The great joy of the Christmas Celebrations has been flowing through the Epiphany to the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, where it has reached its fulfilment.   Here, at the bank of the River Jordan, the Only Begotten (not Created) Son of God joined those sinners who asked for the gift of conversion, […]

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Gaudete Sunday

Mary rejoices  as the words of the Angel echo in her; as Joseph has come back to her, as God draws both of them after Him; as a sign from heaven is given in the blessing of Elisabeth.  Mary and Joseph are still on the way: Love glows at every jolt, rock and rut in the road,  […]

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Advent

Advent is a time of waiting in joyful hope for Christ and in this light, a time of getting ready for Christmas, as well as a time to get ready for the Last Judgement. The common denominator of all of these is Jesus Christ the Lord, God from God, Light from Light, true God from […]

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Christ the King of the Universe 

At this very moment of the history of salvation, Christ rules the world from the throne, which is called Calvary or the Most Holy Eucharist. In our life we learn that Calvary is present to us when the Mass is celebrated. Christ Crucified comes into our hearts and there He transforms and rules the world. He […]

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In front of God’s Majesty on the Judgement day.

Never forget about love. Never forget that there will be the Last Judgement. Death, followed by Judgement, can happen at any minute. Let us envisage this unique and concluding moment of our life, remembering that we are created to share in the love of Christ, in His Cross and Resurrection. Our nature is to have […]

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“Therefore, whilst we have time, let us work good to all men, but especially to those who are the household of the faith.” (Ga 6:10)

At Remembrance Sunday, we are entering the second lockdown, which brings even more sadness as we cannot be together on this special day with our veterans whom we respect greatly. Thinking of those who dedicated their lives for others, please accept an initiative to embrace each other, every parishioner in prayer (the Angelus) said together […]

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The Love of God

To love God means to accept His love. God wants to be your only Lord, your only love (cf. Ex 20:5; Deut 5:9). He calls us to conversion which always has two elements, turning “to” and turning “away from”. We are to turn away from everything that pushes us away from the only Lord, whom […]

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Caesar or Christ?

Which one of these two is the gardener of our lives? Which one does bring joy, hope and prospect? Which one does restrain Hades? Which one does sustain everything? Both of them? One of them? None of them? Which one of these two has the power to permeate our lives to enter into our privacy […]

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