Fr Matthew Jarvis is Assistant Chaplain at St Albert's, Edinburgh.firstname.lastname@example.org
First Sunday of Advent. Fr Matthew Jarvis reassures us of the possibility of repentance.
There are difficult words in our first
Good Friday. Fr Matthew Jarvis finds that the Cross of Christ bring colour to the world.
Thou hast conquered, O pale
Seventeenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Matthew Jarvis asks how God answers our prayers, and how we answer him.
Solemnity of Christ the King. Fr Matthew Jarvis compares the power of God with human notions of political power.
Fifth Sunday of Lent. Fr Matthew Jarvis urges us to learn from the loneliness of Christ in his Passion.
12th Sunday of the Year (A): Fr Matthew Jarvis is inspired by a new emoji.
In April, Facebook introduced a new
Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (C) | Fr Matthew Jarvis contemplates the end of death, and our Christian hope in
Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time (C) | Fr Matthew Jarvis says that our current understanding of hypocrisy lacks self-knowledge and
The Most Holy Trinity | Fr Matthew Jarvis delights in the mystery of the Triune God who, as a beacon of
Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) | Fr Matthew Jarvis contemplates the vulnerability of loving God and neighbour.
God can seem
Second Sunday of Advent (A) | Fr Matthew Jarvis urges us not to underestimate the Holy Spirit but to follow
I once saw a shop sign with a picture of Jesus and the caption: 'I'm watching you.' Perhaps some potential