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Corpus Christi in Stained Glass

The feast of Corpus Christi is essentially, it is a special rejoicing in the Eucharist.

Poverty; Corpus Christi; Politeness; Getting Engaged

General audience: The family and the downward spiral of poverty Vatican City, 3 June 2015 (VIS) – The living conditions that put the family to the test and render it vulnerable, starting with poverty, will be the themes of Pope Francis’ catechesis starting from today, he announced to the twenty thousand faithful attending this week’s […]

Homily by Bishop Stu O’Connell – Chanel College Jubilee

Sunday 10 June 2012 We conclude our Jubilee celebrations today on this wonderful Church feast of Corpus Christi – the Body of Christ. Saint Paul continually reminds us that WE ARE the Body of Christ. We, the Church, the People of God, are the body of Christ. In these last few days, we have gathered […]

Sunday 10 June

Corpus Christi 1 Exodus 24:3-8; 2 .Hebrews 9: 11-15; Ps 116B; Mark 14 12-16, 22-26 “This is my body … this is my blood” The solemnity of Corpus Christi reminds us of Christ’s promises at the Last Supper, which was held during the Passover. The Passover feast, celebrated with bread and wine, commemorates God’s Covenant […]