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Fourth Sunday of Lent

Posted: 27 March 2022

The society in which Jesus lived seemed to have clearly marked out certain groups of people as sinners, tax collectors and prostitutes being among them.

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Third Sunday of Lent

Posted: 20 March 2022

Two plants appear as symbols in today’s readings. The first is the burning bush, which Moses observed when he was tending the sheep of his father-in-law Jethro.

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Concert: University of York Concert Band

Posted: 15 March 2022

A short, informal concert on Thursday 24 March at 12:30pm.

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Installation of Bishop Michael Duignan

Posted: 15 March 2022

Bishop Michael Duignan will be installed as Bishop of Galway on Sunday 1 May 2022

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St Patrick's Day 2022

Posted: 15 March 2022

The celebration of mass in the Cathedral for Lá Fhéile Pádraig.

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Second Sunday of Lent

Posted: 13 March 2022

Peter had proclaimed Jesus as the Messiah in response to his question: “But who do you say that I am?” (Luke 9:20) It was after this that Jesus led the three disciples up the mountain.

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Saint of the Month: St Katharine Drexel

Posted: 9 March 2022

Missionary to Native Americans in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, St Katharine Drexel is remembered on 3 March.

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First Sunday of Lent

Posted: 6 March 2022

Even God made man had to face the shadow side of himself.

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Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 27 February 2022

We are nearing the end of what is sometimes known as the “sermon on the plain,” where Luke pictures Jesus coming down from the mountain to sit among his people and to teach them.

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Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 20 February 2022

In the first reading, David spared Saul’s life in spite of the fact that Saul intended to kill him.

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