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Sunday 26 January

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time A light shining The prophet Isaiah forewarned that the Christ would be born in Galilee [Is 8:23-9:3]. After the Resurrection of Jesus it became apparent that God had saved the whole world, not just the Chosen People [1 Cor 1:10-13,17]. Jesus of Nazareth preached in Galilee the good news that […]

Saturday 25 January

feast of The Conversion of St Paul Chosen without discrimination In the Temple in Jerusalem Paul defends how he was chosen as an Apostle [Acts 22:3-16]. I too am called to spread the good news of God’s love [Psalm 116] in my time. In a post resurrection appearance Jesus describes what being an Apostle actually […]

Sunday 19 January

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A I give up my life because I love God As a Christian in the modern world I am asked to be what the Chosen People were called to be originally, a suffering servant. Then the world can see God’s saving love. [Is 49:3-5]. Paul has the same message […]

Notes to a Friend, by Joy Cowley; Chosen, by Liz Maluschnig

Notes to a Friend by Joy Cowley Reviewed by Fr Brian O’Connell s.m. Pleroma Press 2013, 104 pages, RRP $15.00; eBook RRP $12.50 This handy little volume, which fits easily into a purse, arose from a perceived need of a group of pilgrims. The author, who conducts retreats, noticed an increasing number of people turning […]