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Francis Speaks about St Joseph

Feast Day: 19 March God’s Dream Today I would like to ask that St Joseph grant all of us the ability to dream because when we dream great things, good things, we draw near to God’s dream, what God dreams about us. That he might give to those who are young people — because he […]

Colourful History of Crusader Church of St.Anne

The Church of St. Anne is a Roman Catholic church, located at the start of the Via Dolorosa, near the Lions’ Gate and churches of the Flagellation and Condemnation, in the Muslim Quarter of the old city of Jerusalem. The current church was erected near the remains of an earlier Byzantine basilica, and over the […]

Thursday 20 December

Isaiah 7:10-14, Ps 24, Luke 1:26-38 Yes “…for our salvation he came down from heaven: and by the power of the Holy Spirit was incarnate of the Virgin Mary, and became man.” With these words the Church, in the Nicene Creed, regularly professes its faith and celebrates God becoming human through the Virgin Mary. We […]

The Tradition of Mary’s Death

One of the apparent mysteries of the early Church is what happened to the Virgin Mary at the end of her life on earth. The New Testament is silent on the matter. The last we hear of Mary is immediately after her Son’s Ascension into heaven, when the apostles returned to the Upper Room. According […]