Crossing to the Jordan

Crossing to the Jordan Death is a great leveler Margie, we remember you as a soul so vibrant, and lively with a spirit so inspirational. You have left an everlasting imprint on all of our lives. Margaret Conroy (Margie) you were so much more than just a friend to us. You were a confidante, a … Read more

The Spirit drove Jesus out into the desert

1st Sunday of Lent Year First Reading: Genesis 9:8-15: God establishes a covenant with Noah, his descendants, and every living creature, promising no future floods will destroy all life. The rainbow, set in the clouds, symbolizes this perpetual covenant, a reminder to God and humanity of this promise. Responsorial Psalm: Psalm 25: I ask the … Read more

Looking At Our Own Vulnerability To Bring Healing, Strength And Courage To Others.

ASH WEDNESDAY 14TH FEBRUARY, 2024 Looking At Our Own Vulnerability To Bring Healing, Strength And Courage To Others. Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the 40 days of Lent, six weeks (excluding Sundays) dedicated to prayer, fasting, and reflection in preparation for the great celebration of Christ’s Paschal Mystery in the Easter Triduum. The late … Read more


 “THIS DECEIPTFUL TONGUE!” Have you ever marveled about that small gift and part of your body – your tongue. Despite of the supportive role this small organ plays, the tongue is more often accused than praised for what is stands for in our lives. The tongue is responsible for the tasting, chewing, swallowing, and speech, … Read more

A Holy Family revealing to us that every family is invited to share in God’s divine life

On this Sunday, we honour the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.  In honouring them, we also honour all families, big or small. We honour struggling families too, and in honouring all families, we honour the family of God, the Church, and our religious family.  But most especially, we focus on the hidden, day-to-day life … Read more


Welcome to the third week of Advent when we light the third candle on the Advent wreath.  As you may see it’s the pink one in colour reflecting joy.  It’s often called the shepherds’ candle relating it to the joy that the shepherds experienced when the Angel announced to them that the King had been … Read more