Advent Reflection Come O Come Emanuel…… Again we enter that wonderful time of Advent, that time where we again wait with anticipation for the coming of Jesus our saviour. This is very much more than a nice story about a baby in a manger in troubled Roman times. It is about the certainty in action, […]
There are always two – The Master and the Disciple Being a disciple pre supposes that a personal experience or revelation has drawn us to want to be a disciple of Jesus our Master – Baptism establishes a covenant relationship between us and a lifelong journey begins……. We can be forgiven for understanding discipleship […]
Called by Baptism When people talk about vocations in the Church they are often referring to those who have taken religious or clerical vows; priests, brothers, sisters, nuns. Yet statistically the majority of the People of God do not fit such criteria. Yet all the Baptised are called. The very meaning of the word vocation […]
‘Ordinary’ Faith? The term Ordinary Time used for the longest season of the Liturgical Calendar can be confusing. When we use the word ‘ordinary’ in everyday language we are usually referring to something normal, unexceptional, commonplace maybe something that’s not that important. Ordinary Time however is none of these things. The name for this season […]
Can’t remember what or when Pentecost is? If you want a little more info on this celebration of the Holy Spirit and the birthday of the Church, take a look at Busted Halo’s two-minute video.
The story of Pentecost which we find in Acts 2 for children. The Coming of the Holy Spirit. (2 mins).