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Robert Padron 7h
.: “We ought to live the way in which we wish to die.” | Visit to St Thomas More Catholic Church, London NW3 |
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Catholic Church 6h
Let us resolve again in the Eucharist to make much of what we’ve been given, to do all for the glory of God (see 1 Corinthians 10:31). That we, too, may approach our Master with confidence and love when He comes to settle accounts.
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Catholic Church 7h
Though the good servants in today’s parable were given different numbers of talents, each “doubled” what he was given. And each earned the same reward for his faithfulness – greater responsibilities and a share of the Master’s joy.
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Catholic Church 8h
He has called us to be trusted servants, fellow workers (see 1 Corinthians 3:9), using our talents to serve one another and His kingdom as good stewards of His grace (see 1 Peter 4:10). In this, we each have a different part to play.
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Catholic Church 9h
The "Fear of the Lord" is not the “fear” of the useless servant in today’s parable. His is the fear of a slave cowering before a cruel master, the fear of one who refuses the relationship that God calls us to.
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Catholic Church 10h
We are to be like the worthy wife in today’s 1st Reading, & the faithful man we sing of in today’s Ps. Like them, we should walk in the “fear of the Lord” – in reverence, awe, and thanksgiving for His marvelous gifts. This is the beginning of wisdom (see Acts 9:31; Proverbs 1:7).
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Cardinal Nichols Nov 18
Join me for Mass at at 5.30pm on Mon 20th Nov as we celebrate the 70th of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Ad multos annos!
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Catholic Church 11h
"This day is meant, above all, to encourage believers to react against a culture of discard and waste, and to embrace the culture of encounter," Pope Francis wrote in a message written to mark
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Catholic Church 12h
You have been faithful in small things; come and join in your master's happiness.
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Catholic Church 22h
The tomb of Saint Peter in the Vatican was the site for the great basilica of Saint Peter built by the Emperor Constantine in about 330. The basilica of Saint Paul was built about the end of the fourth century. These two sites have always been centres of Christian pilgrimage
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Catholic Church Nov 18
Tomorrow is the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time the first "Poverty means having a humble heart that accepts our creaturely limitations and sinfulness and thus enables us to overcome the temptation to feel omnipotent and immortal.
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Catholic Church Nov 18
from the final session of the Plenary Assembly of for
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Catholic Church Nov 18
Who are ‘the poor’ today, and where are they around me, in the area in which I live? and find ways to share and create relationships with them.
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Catholic Church Nov 18
Dedication of the churches of Sts Peter & Paul. Vatican Hill was a simple cemetery where believers gathered at St. Peter’s tomb to pray. In 319 Constantine built a basilica that stood for more than 1000 years
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The Tablet Nov 17
Catholic bishops challenge internet providers to protect children online
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Chess Valley RC Nov 17
The Sacrament of Reconciliation, & Holy Hour with Benediction Saturdays at Our Lady Help of Christians, Rickmansworth 10.30-11.30am
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Catholic Church Nov 17
Want to know what the bishops discussed at their plenary meeting? Listen here >
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Catholic Church Nov 17
The is to be marked annually on the 33rd Sunday of ordinary time on the church’s liturgical calendar.
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Catholic Church Nov 17
Fr Leon Pereira writes about in the
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Catholic Church Nov 17
In the photo:L to R +John Sherrington, +Nicholas Hudson, Archbishop Peter Smith, Fr Chris Thomas, Theresa Carvalho
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