Posted: 25 July 2021
A boy is at the centre of the drama in today’s gospel. He offers his small portion of food to Andrew. Barley loaves were the food of the poor and the fish were probably small, like sardines.
Posted: 24 July 2021
St Bridget of Sweden, patron of Europe and founder of the Brigittine order, is remembered on 23 July.
Posted: 18 July 2021
Jesus knew that the apostles were tired and hungry after their mission.
Posted: 11 July 2021
This Sunday’s message is very much about mission. The prophet Amos was sent from Judah to the northern kingdom of Israel.
Posted: 4 July 2021
Jesus must have looked forward to going home to Nazareth. He had spent almost thirty years there.
Posted: 27 June 2021
Jesus gave help to all kinds of people. Jairus was a synagogue official, so he was probably an important person. Unlike the Pharisees he had respect for Jesus and fell at His feet.
Posted: 25 June 2021
The cathedral's annual series of summer concerts takes place on Thursday evenings in July, at 8:00pm each evening.
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.