Posted: 21 June 2021
St Thomas More, who suffered martyrdom under King Henry VIII, is remembered on 22 June.
Posted: 20 June 2021
The apostles, who were fishermen, knew the Sea of Galilee only too well, and they were right to be frightened when a storm blew up.
Posted: 13 June 2021
In today’s gospel, Jesus speaks of the mustard tree, probably the black mustard which is not native to Ireland. He talks about it giving shelter to the birds of the air.
Posted: 6 June 2021
Both the gospel of John and the Apocalypse picture Jesus as the Lamb of God.
Posted: 30 May 2021
“[Allah is] the originator of the heavens and the earth. [There is] nothing like a likeness of him” (Koran chapter 42:11).
Posted: 28 May 2021
Founder of the Daughters of Charity, St Louise de Marillac is remembered on 9 May.
Posted: 23 May 2021
We might wonder where God is, what with the carnage in the middle east, the cyber attacks and the epidemic which has decimated our world.
Posted: 16 May 2021
Only Luke gives a detailed account of the ascension and this account is in Acts. His gospel relates the life, death and resurrection of Jesus; Acts tells the story of the early church.
Posted: 9 May 2021
The conversion of Cornelius, the centurion, marked a turning-point in the history of the early church.