From the Dean’s Desk

The Most Holy Trinity

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ

With today’s great Feast of the Most Holy Trinity, we celebrate the heart of Christian understanding of the nature of God.

Christians understand the Divine to be a community of love: there is the mutual love of Father and Son, and the power of that love which is the Holy Spirit. Of course, all analogies limp; and all theological theories strive to capture the ineffable mystery of the being of God.

A reflection from Pentecost

The Holy Spirit works through us

‘Today's reading gives us a clue as to what the experience of the first Pentecost meant. Jesus comes to his closest followers who had deserted him to bring them a peace which is not just a calming of hearts and conscience, but the surety of heart which will enable and embolden them to go out and preach the gospel to the ends of the earth.

Happy Mother’s Day to all Mums

Prayer For Mothers

Loving God, we pray for all mothers especially:
new mothers, coming to terms with new responsibility ;
expectant mothers, wondering and waiting;
for those who are tired, stressed or depressed;

From the Acting Dean’s Desk

The Ascension of the Lord

‘The Ascension completes the cycle of the Incarnation. The eternal Word became flesh in Mary's womb. The angels told the shepherds news of great joy, that the Saviour would be wrapped in cloth and lying in a manger.

‘Now that same Saviour departs from them and is carried up to heaven. The disciples worship him and return to Jerusalem with great joy. Joy at the beginning of Luke's gospel and joy at the end. Joy at the Incarnation and joy at the Ascension.

From the Dean’s Desk

Fourth Sunday of Easter

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,

This weekend we pray for Vocations: that the Lord of the Harvest will send more workers into the Harvest; that many young men and women will answer the Lord’s call to evangelize our world and lead people to Jesus Christ and his Gospel.


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