Prayers

SAINTS TOGETHER

SAINTS TOGETHER

Events of history have depth and a spiritual dimension, all deriving from the presence of God who “reigns for ever and ever” (Ex 15:18), the One who gives meaning to them.

Events of history have depth and a spiritual dimension, all deriving from the presence of God who “reigns for ever and ever” (Ex 15:18), the One who gives meaning to them.

Events of history have depth and a spiritual dimension, all deriving from the presence of God who “reigns for ever and ever” (Ex 15:18), the One who gives meaning to them.

Events of history have depth and a spiritual dimension, all deriving from the presence of God who “reigns for ever and ever” (Ex 15:18), the One who gives meaning to them.

Events of history have depth and a spiritual dimension, all deriving from the presence of God who “reigns for ever and ever” (Ex 15:18), the One who gives meaning to them.

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SOLEMNITY OF ALL SAINTS

SOLEMNITY OF ALL SAINTS

The Saints are our ancestors and friends — that “cloud of witnesses” who accepted the godly realism of their lives, shared it with others on Earth, and continue to do so now before the throne of God in heaven.

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8 SEPTEMBER 2018: THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY

8 SEPTEMBER 2018: THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF MARY

“The Rosary centres itself in the profoundness of the Gospel message, of which it is almost a resume. With the Rosary, the Christian people sit at the school of Mary, to allow it to be introduced to the contemplation of the beauty of the face of Christ and to experience the depth of his love”. – St John Paul II

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15 AUGUST: REFLECTIONS ON THE MYSTERY OF ASSUMPTION

15 AUGUST: REFLECTIONS ON THE MYSTERY OF ASSUMPTION

As soon as we apprehend by faith the great fundamental truth that Mary is the Mother of God, other wonderful truths follow in its train; and one of these is that she was exempt from the ordinary lot of mortals, which is not only to die, but to become earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust.

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