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Weekly reflections

In light of the upcoming canonisation of Blessed John Paul II, we had a series of three discussions on various aspects of his pontificate. Please find them again below below:

Today is the day when we Christians rejoice as our Saviour has conquered death and sin. We take comfort in the Good News of Jesus’ resurrection, because in his resurrection we find hope. Over the last few days we have experienced Jesus’ passion, as he was arrested and sentenced to

This is the recording of “The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ according to John” being sung. The recording was made two years ago in Saint Saviour’s Dominican Church, Dublin, Ireland.

    Jesus is sentenced to death, he is scourged, he carries his cross, and he is finally crucified. Besides His Mother Mary, Mary Magdalene, St John and Joseph of Arimathea, Jesus seems to have few friends left in his darkest hour. And yet, in one very important line we

At the heart of today’s Gospel, is the call to be unwavering in our faith. Lazarus was dead and was brought back to life, but he never would have been raised back to life had Mary and Martha not had some amount of faith. They could not have known that

“I want to talk to you…” begins a song that was once very popular (“Grace Kelly”, by Mika). Far less formal and reverent than the archangel Gabriel’s greeting to our Blesséd Mother, “Rejoice, so highly favoured! The Lord is with you.” it still portrays the idea that words of great