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A Reflection for The Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time, 30th January 2022

he Good News to the poor.......” (Lk 4: 18-19) is the central one that animates our service. It’s on the first page of our congregation’s founding document, the Spiritan Rule of Life. applause for the fine words of Jesus and for what He set out to achieve but no, He is rejected. “Who is this but the carpenter’s son?” / “How can such fine words flow from Him?” And they turn on Him and threaten to kill Him for blasphemy...

Author: admin - January 25, 2022

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A Reflection for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (23rd January 2022)

My first mission was to Ethiopia in 1974. It was a difficult place as the then marxist government had taken over and it was almost impossible to preach the gospel. My job was to teach in a public school as a means of doing youth work. All schools in Ethiopia…

Author: admin - January 15, 2022

The Holy Spirit - St Peter's

A Reflection for the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (14th November 2021)

ncis has designated as World Day of the Poor, Jesus says a strange thing. He says that “Heaven and earth will pass away but my words will not pass away.” Christianity and many other religions have a concept of a place to which we will go after death. We Christians call it Heaven. But in today's Gospel Jesus tells us that Heaven also will pass away!

Author: admin - October 27, 2021

African young adult walking

A Reflection for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (17th October 2021)

Part of the educational outreach of the French Spiritans is focused on unaccompanied migrant children who arrive in France after long and dangerous journeys from the middle east or from across the Sahara Desert and Mediterranean Sea. The ones who make it to France are the lucky ones. Many others tragically lose their lives in their search for a better life.

Author: admin - October 1, 2021

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