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Gospel Reflection

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Zechariah becomes deaf and mute since he does not believe in the good news brought to him by the angel.

The Our Father is probably the prayer most well known and yet, we still struggle to pray. We find it

Christ offering himself to the Father is central to the meaning of the mass. As this eternal sacrifice is made

At the end of his Farewell Discourse Jesus addresses his highest prayer to the Father so that we “may all

Our Lord's Ascension reminds us that the Kingdom of Heaven is not of this world. As Christians, we must take

In a famous passage of his Confessions, St Augustine wrote: ‘Give what you command, and command what you will’. God’s

Christ's knowing and loving is key to how we understand his act of washing the disciples' feet. In today's Gospel

'You are looking for me, not because you saw signs, but because you ate your fill of the loaves'. Jesus’

St Patrick's life was built on the conviction that the basis of preaching is found in the wonderful things God

Queen Esther, in the face of mortal danger, when all hope seems lost, gives voice to an intimate and profound

Like the Israelites in the midst of the desert, we are called to choose between life and death. What does

How can we find life from Scripture’s words of condemnation? How are we supposed to take divine threats seriously? Readings: James

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