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Palm Sunday Reflections


Jesus says one thing from the Cross, one thing alone: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Why did all this take place? It was done for our sake, to serve us. So that when we have our back to the wall, when we find ourselves at a dead end, with no light and no way of escape, when it seems that God himself is not responding, we should remember that we are not alone.

Be Reconciled With God


In order to reconcile us to Himself, Jesus became man and freely gave up His own life for our sake. And yet, when we sin, we risk losing our new identity as children of God. In this blog, discover how to unite yourself with Jesus and live for His Kingdom, and the role the Mass has to play in this goal.

Canticle of the Passion


For a period of twelve years, St Catherine de Ricci experienced all the pains of Christ’s passion. After the first of these mystical experiences, when she had received the sacred stigmata, Our Lady gave this compilation, called the ‘Canticle of the Passion’, to St Catherine and asked her to meditate on it, and so continue to grow in love for the crucified Lord Jesus.

The Fifth Sunday of Lent


In the final week of Lent, death confronts us squarely. Ever since the Fall, death has been the enemy, the constant source of pain, despair, sadness, and woe. The Christian perspective is that, yes, death is evil and horrible, but death can only be conquered by death. For the Christian, the darkness of the grave is the passageway to resurrection and everlasting life.