Posted: 6 August 2023
Richard Dawkins, and many atheists like him, demand physical evidence for anything to be accepted as fact.
Posted: 30 July 2023
“The Kingdom of Heaven” is a phrase used only by Matthew; the other evangelists use the expression “Kingdom of Heaven.” It seems to mean the presence or rule of God, and Matthew uses many parables
Posted: 23 July 2023
Darnel is a noxious weed which closely resembles wheat. Its seeds are poisonous, and eating them can be fatal.
Posted: 16 July 2023
The parable of the sower is timeless in that every generation can understand its imagery. People from the west of Ireland can particularly understand rocky ground!
Posted: 9 July 2023
St Paul made the cross the central part of his teaching.
Posted: 2 July 2023
Often the words of Jesus seem puzzling. He himself lived in a family for thirty years, which was his main education in life and where he loved and was loved.
Posted: 30 June 2023
St Benedict, the father of western monasticism and a patron of Europe, is remembered on 11 July.
Posted: 25 June 2023
One of the main themes of today’s readings is God’s love for us. Jesus used the image of a sparrow to describe this love. A sparrow is a very unremarkable bird with its drab brown colouring.
Posted: 20 June 2023
Chorus Angelicus, from Connecticut in the USA, gives a concert in the Cathedral on Wednesday 28 June 2023 at 7:30pm.