The Pharisees and Sadducees had two very different ways of interpreting the Law. The Sadducees were part of the upper class and were more concerned…View More Love for God and love for neighbour are inseparable
Most people are entirely unfamiliar with Saint Egwin Indeed, unless one is especially well informed about Benedictine bishops who established monasteries in medieval England or…View More External Solemnity of Saint Egwin
Peter’s question raises a difficult topic that affects all of us: the need to forgive. This need often arises in light of the inevitable frictions…View More Peter’s question and what is forgiveness really?
The new evangelisation of countries and environments which are in great measure secularised, means that it is among many of the baptised where a new…View More The role of the Laity and the shaping society.
Love makes life truly meaningful and worth living. To be more precise, love brings about life in its fullness. This truth is what we celebrate…View More Reflection for the Solemnity of the Assumption
The gospel for the 5th week of Easter is taken from Jesus’ farewell discourse during the Last Supper. The disciples are saddened by the Master’s imminent…View More Christ reveals deep truths of faith