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Mark Coleridge
Archbishop Mark Coleridge is the leader of the Archdiocese of Brisbane. All tweets written by Archbishop Mark except those signed ArchComms.
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Mark Coleridge 44m
Replying to @PeterDFleetwood
Secretariat of State (Sezione Anglofona!)
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Mark Coleridge 15h
In the thick of the Roman Ad Limina flurry I bumped into Fr Anthony Ekpo (late of Brisbane but now working in the Vatican), here with his Mum and young brother who are visiting from Nigeria. See if you can work out who’s who...
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Brisbane Catholic Jun 24
On Monday, June 24, the commenced its Ad Limina Apostolorum visit with Mass at the tomb of St Peter. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Read conference president @ArchbishopMarks' FULL homily here:
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Archbishop Peter A Comensoli Jun 23
Professing the ancient Faith before the tomb of St Peter.
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Cindy Wooden Jun 24
Looks like a perfect fit, . Well chosen gift. 📷from Vatican Media.
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Brisbane Catholic Jun 19
In this episode of The Parables of Jesus, one of the most popular parables - The Good Samaritan. Coleridge on the parable & why it still matters today. Listen via: Spotify: iTunes: Website:
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Mark Coleridge Jun 23
Replying to @MassimoFaggioli
I’m wondering what it might be in classical Latin...or did playboys (and the need for the expression) emerge only with the appearance of the Church?!
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Mark Coleridge Jun 21
Replying to @ThinkingFaith
Bellarmine was also his spiritual director, counselling him to spend less time in private devotions and more time with his companions. Aloysius also received First Communion from Charles Borromeo...lot of saints in this story.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 20
The gold is more your style...
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Mark Coleridge Jun 20
Replying to @cwwhite212
The phrase “damnatio memoriae” is comparatively recent but the practice is not, reaching back thousands of years...and deep into the human psyche.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 20
Replying to @flemingrut
He’s right, but also the NT. Hence Luke has Jesus “vanish” in Emmaus once their eyes are opened...and this presaging the Ascension.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 19
The praying eye notices more, including this little masterpiece perched demurely between path and wall reaching for the morning sun...the day’s eye indeed.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 18
Replying to @flemingrut
The action of the God who never actually appears in the narrative is central to the interplay of presence and absence which shapes biblical story and biblical theology, “the voice of a thin silence”...
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Mark Coleridge Jun 17
Back in the Castelli Romani where I lived for a time but now on retreat as part of the Aussie bishops’ journey, going deeper into discernment...silence, stillness, solitude.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 16
Replying to @sullivanamy
Smart kid knowing what a kayak is (at least where I am).
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Mark Coleridge Jun 16
Replying to @historylvrsclub
Fascinating journey from representation (“I am what you see”) to interpretation (“I’m more than you see”).
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Mark Coleridge Jun 16
Replying to @FatherBob
Will do...though we’re all in the trenches. So remember us in the trenches here.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 16
The look on ’s face in Notre-Dame when he realises that ’s hard hat in Camerino cathedral is much grander than his.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 15
Replying to @Cindy_Wooden
How well I know that pressure...caving in and ballooning out for the sake of the Kingdom.
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Mark Coleridge Jun 15
Sunday morning light in a Roman salone, reading Wallace Stevens’ poem Sunday Morning, thinking how beautiful it is but how insufficient...time for me to say Mass, “the holy hush of ancient sacrifice”.
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