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Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 10 October 2021

Queen Victoria, on hearing that she was next in line to the throne of England, is reputed to have said: “I will be good.” Jesus questioned the young man in today’s gospel as to why he called Him go

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Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 3 October 2021

There were at least two different schools of thought about divorce in Jesus’ time and the Pharisees were hoping to trap Jesus into supporting one of them, therefore alienating the other.

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Saint of the Month: St Notburga

Posted: 1 October 2021

Patron of servants and peasants, St Notburga is remembered on 13 September.

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Rosary for the month of October

Posted: 1 October 2021

The rosary will be prayed in procession each Sunday evening in October at 8:00pm.

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Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 26 September 2021

The apostles were specially chosen by Jesus and it seems they were beginning to think of themselves as an exclusive group. They scolded a man who cast out devils in their Master’s name.

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Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 19 September 2021

Jesus has been beginning to reveal to his disciples what lay ahead of him in Jerusalem. It is a terrifying prospect; the Romans had no mercy on those who were seen as a threat to their authority.

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Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 12 September 2021

Jesus had been teaching in Galilee, where he got a reasonably friendly reception. Now he was moving northwards.

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Welome Fr John Gerard!

Posted: 6 September 2021

We are delighted to welcome Fr John Gerard Acton, who has taken up his appointment as curate at Galway Cathedral.

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Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 5 September 2021

Isaiah spoke about what happens when God is present to people. Life is restored in that the desert is watered and people are healed of their disabilities.

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Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Posted: 29 August 2021

Jesus directed some of his harshest criticism towards the pharisees and scribes. They were supposed to give leadership to the Jewish people, since they were experts in the Law.

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