Daily Archives: September 11, 2011

A lesson in forgiveness

Archbishop John Hepworth, leader of the Traditional Anglican Communion (“TAC”), has received an awful lot of bad press over the years, with many hard judgements expressed against his character; particularly by people hostile to the process initiated by the Holy … Continue reading

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Forgiveness Has Implications in This Life, Biblical Reflection for 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time A

Today’s Gospel (Matthew 18:21-35) addresses the necessity of repentance and repeated forgiveness that are required of those who call themselves Christian. The Gospel passage can be divided into two major sections: Peter’s question of Jesus: “Lord, if my brother sins … Continue reading

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Firefighters of 9/11

September 11th 2011 marks the 10th anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in recent history. The first body of ‘helpers’ who rushed to the scene were the firefighters. Being a firefighter is more than “just having a job”;  it is … Continue reading

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