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New Ears and an Open Heart

“There is a world of difference between listening and hearing.” (G.K. Chesterton, 1874-1936. English writer, theologian, and philosopher.) I have recently been on an ‘organising’ purge in my home. I recognised that there were cartons, boxes, and containers which had not been looked at in a while. It was time to sort and do away […]

Sunday 14 September

Ecclus 27:30-28:7; Psalm 103; Rom 14:7-9;Matt 18: 21-35 Let go and let God Our Lord emphasises how vital it is for us to relate rightly to all people everywhere by insisting that we let go of whatever we have against them or they have against us. God will forgive us provided that we forgive those […]

Saturday 6 September

1 Corinthians 4: 6-15; Psalm 145; Luke 6: 1-5 Feed the hungry The Pharisees accused the disciples of harvesting on the Sabbath. Jesus defended them by quoting from an incident recorded in the First Book of Samuel. If David was not guilty of profaning the sacred nor were the disciples. Implicit in our Gospel Reading […]