9 May, Monday – Trust in God

Monday of the 4th Week of Eastertide Acts 11:1-18Jn 10:1-10 I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full I have seen how pet owners take good care of their pets. This is especially so when they are very young and the owner has seen the pet grow up.... Continue Reading →

30 April, Saturday – Too Good to be True

30 Apr – Memorial for St. Pius V, pope Antonio Ghislieri (1504-1572) was born to impoverished Italian nobility, the son of Paolo Ghislieri and Domenica Augeria. He worked as a shepherd as a boy, and received an excellent education in piety and holiness, including a scholastic education from a Dominican friar. He joined the Order... Continue Reading →

7 April, Thursday – What’s in a name?

Thursday of the 5th Week of Lent Gen 17:3-9Jn 8:51-59 “You shall no longer be called Abram; your name shall be Abraham...” Every year during Easter, our parish confirms about a dozen adults into the Catholic faith. In the run up to this, they spend 9 months learning about being a Catholic and take on... Continue Reading →

6 April, Wednesday – On Discipleship

Wednesday of the 5th Week of Lent Dan 3:14-20,24-25,28John 8:31-42 “If you make my word your home, you will indeed be my disciples...” The thing about being authentic to something is that at some point, your convictions will be tested. It’s only when you are put under duress that you discover the true nature of... Continue Reading →

1 March, Tuesday — the Rat Race

Brothers and sisters in Christ. Today, we are blessed to welcome Gerard Francis, who describes himself as always and forever a student…thirsting to learn but who has evolved to not just academic pursuits but also to learn about being a more compassionate and loving person. Gerard is a cradle Catholic who attends the parish of the Church... Continue Reading →

18 February, Friday — Best Efforts

Friday of Week 6 in Ordinary Time Jas 2:14-24,26Mk 8:34-9:1 Faith is like that: if good works do not go with it, it is quite dead.  How much is enough? When Jesus says, “Whoever wishes to come after me must deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me”, where do we draw the line and say, “This... Continue Reading →

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