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The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-1517) happened in the sixteenth century before another important council, Trent. However, there is a considerable

Last Sunday, the feast of the Body and Blood of Christ in England, saw Oxford's annual Corpus Christi procession, which

Readings: Is 49:1-6; Ps 71(70):1-2.3-4a.5-6b.15.17; St John 13:21-33.36-38 We are approaching the times of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and

Readings: Isaiah 65:17-21; Psalms 30(29):2.4.5-6.11-12a.13b; John 4:43-54   Today’s Gospel is one those that portray something uncomfortable about Jesus’ attitude but for

Readings: Joshua 5:9a.10-12; Psalm 34(33):2-3.4-5.6-7; 2nd Letter to the Corinthians 5:17-21; St Luke 15:1-3.11-32. The Lenten season invites us to value

Readings: 2 Kings 5: 1-15; Psalm 41 (42); Luke 4: 24-30 One thing that is not often mentioned in sermons is

Today’s readings remind us of two virtues that are at the core of Christian life: justice and humility. The first

Today’s gospel brings intimacy into our Lenten season’s prayerful aspect. Prayer is one of the three main actions Catholics

The story of the conversion of Paul, (who used to be Saul) is an interesting one. That example, of an

The Feast of the Holy Family is on the Sunday between Christmas and the Feast of Holy Mary, Mother of

These themes of the lost sheep and of the Good shepherd occur in Advent’s readings. They relate to Isaiah’s prophecy

Those who find that the Church uses highly complicated theological words to define her dogmas might not know much about

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