Daily Archives: July 5, 2012

St John Vianney: Bishop Mark Davies’s homily in Wythenshawe

I am sure all of us here have known priests throughout our lives who have been for us an example, an inspiration, an encouragement. Tonight we remember such a priest, a parish priest who belongs to us all in the … Continue reading

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God’s sub-atomic particle shows wonder of creation

The chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Science comments on CERN’s discovery of a Higgs-like particle and asks who created the laws of nature discovered by science Alessandro Speciale (Vatican Insider Reporter) vatican city The Chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of … Continue reading

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The visit of St John Vianney’s relic: a blessing for us all

Fr Christopher Matthews is sub dean of the Cathedral Church of Our Lady Help of Christians and St Peter of Alcantara, Shrewsbury, and Master of Liturgical Ceremonies of Shrewsbury diocese. Here he explains how you can take part in the the … Continue reading

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How does a person learn to love God? Part II of II

By Father Bartunek From: Catholic Spiritual Direction Q: Dear Father John, If contemplative prayer is seeking Him whom my soul loves, what does one do to learn how to love God? I see this as a huge gap in the … Continue reading

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