Sundays and Principal Holy Days

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Theme
  • Third Sunday of Epiphany
    24 January

    10.30 am

    Mass

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    Being Present in the ordinary. Think about our daily lives, the ordinary that we usually live as much as the strange version we are living for now. The thought of God can feel disconnected from real life - what are you doing here? Jesus says, come and see.

  • Feast of the Presentation of Christ in the Temple
    31 January

    10.30 am

    Mass

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    Being Present in the Holy. Jesus is presented in the Temple - it's as ordinary as going to church on a Sunday or getting the baby baptised. Surely, in the stuff of religion, we should feel God's presence. What is God doing here? Jesus invites us to the Presentation to come and see; and, with Mary and Joseph, come and discover.

  • Second Sunday before Lent
    7 February

    10.30 am

    Mass

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    We welcome our area bishop - Rt Rev Graham Tomlin - who will be Presiding and Preaching at the Mass today. + Graham's sermon will be about Christ, and what he reveals to us about God, about the world and about ourselves.

  • Sunday next before Lent
    14 February

    10.30 am

    Mass

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    Biographers, like portrait painters, try to capture the essence of a person. Sometimes with remarkable success. Yet there remains something elusive and ‘other’ about human beings. Even those closest to us, those whom we know best, retain an element of mystery. Perhaps that’s as it should be. The deepest part of the self being known fully only to God. At Jesus’ Transfiguration, three of his disciples were privileged to encounter the depth of his person. Briefly, they saw him ‘in new light’. In the words of the Nicene Creed: as ‘God from God, Light from Light.’

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