John 9:1-41 | The Man Born Blind

John 9:1-41 | The Man Born Blind

In the previous session we looked at one of the great witnesses the evangelist, John, called to the witness box, the woman of Samaria, who testified to her village and to us. In this session John calls the man born blind to the witness box, he will testify before us about the identity and power of Jesus.

18, Mar 2020

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St Clement Hofbauer - RP Saints

St Clement Hofbauer - RP Saints

In 1784, he traveled to Italy where he became a Redemptorist. He was later moved to Warsaw where he established a Congregation at St Benno’s, funding refurbishments and supporting the local poor by begging at local pubs.

12, Mar 2020

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Funeral Planning By Pastoral Care Project

Funeral Planning By Pastoral Care Project

The individuals, who contact us at the Pastoral Care Project, often share with us their fear of missing out on a funeral Mass. It can be for various reasons:they have no family or wish to be cremated or that the family do not share their faith. Lack of information should not preclude them from having a Funeral Mass.

12, Mar 2020

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The Woman of Samaria at the Well

The Woman of Samaria at the Well

As we prepare for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, renowned priest, lecturer and author Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R. introduces us to three of the Lenten narratives from St John’s Gospel.

11, Mar 2020

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Three Narratives from the Gospel of John

Three Narratives from the Gospel of John

In this first video Fr Denis introduces three Lenten narratives from John’s Gospel and compares them to the other Gospels. He'll introduce the Woman at the Well, the Man Born Blind and the Raising of Lazarus.

04, Mar 2020

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The Sanctuary in Lourdes closes the baths as a coronavirus precaution

The Sanctuary in Lourdes closes the baths as a coronavirus precaution

As the coronavirus spreads across the world, the Sanctuary in Lourdes has taken note of the precautions undertaken across France and has temporarily closed the baths. At the same time, there are no “special measures” operating to otherwise affect the many pilgrims who visit the Shrine where Our Lady appeared to St Bernadette in 1858.

03, Mar 2020

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