lent

April 6, 2022

From the Paschal to the synodal

By Fr Donald Chambers Palm Sunday marks the end of Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem together with His disciples, and the beginning of His Paschal journey – […]
April 6, 2022

Hope springs eternal

Natasha Babwah-Tim Kee shares her thoughts and reflections for the Lenten season Personal and world events that impact our lives can sometimes lead to feelings of […]
March 29, 2022

Actor and antagonist

By Fr Donald Chambers Pondering today’s gospel reading of the woman caught committing adultery (Jn 8: 1–11), I sense three protagonists and one antagonist on the […]
March 29, 2022

What kind of disciple are you?

Part 5 of a series of articles for the Lenten season by Msgr Michael de Verteuil, Chair of the Archdiocesan Liturgical Commission I remember reading, but […]
March 29, 2022

Lent 2022: It’s not too late…

Natasha Babwah-Tim Kee shares her thoughts and reflections for the Lenten season Faith and trust are one in the same. “Faith is inseparable from trust; it […]
March 23, 2022

Synod through Lent: Lesson in a visit to the zoo

By Fr Donald Chambers “. . . with a little boy to lead them” (Isaiah 11: 6) Recently, I had a light bulb moment. I finally […]
March 23, 2022

FAQs about Lent

Part 4 of a series of articles for the Lenten season by Msgr Michael de Verteuil, Chair of the Archdiocesan Liturgical Commission Q: Why is Lent […]
March 23, 2022

Lent 2022: “Communion is… community”

Natasha Babwah-Tim Kee shares her thoughts and reflections for the Lenten season Two weeks ago, I attended my parish’s week-long Lenten retreat and was very excited […]





 

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