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  1. Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time 22 September 2019

    Fr Frank writes:    My dear friends,     On Tuesday we celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Walsingham – there will be a Mass in Frinton on that day.  Walsingham was a very early Shrine, and, in the Middle Ages, ranked with Compostella, Rome and Jerusalem as a major pilgrimage site.  It was established […]

  2. Twenty fourth Sunday in ordinary Time 15 September

    Fr Frank writes:   My dear friends,   The three parables in today’s Gospel speak of the intrinsic nature of God as a loving and merciful father.   We note that God’s love towards His children is unconditional, non-calculating, benevolent and infinitely merciful. He searches for the lost one until He finds him. And then, […]

  3. Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time 8 September 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   My dear friends,   Our Gospel reading today is about discipleship. It seems apt to meditate on the following passage from Pope Francis:   Every Christian is challenged, here and now, to be actively engaged in evangelization; indeed, anyone who has truly experienced God’s saving love does not need much time […]

  4. Twety-second Sunday in Ordinary Time 1 September 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   My dear friends,   In our readings today we are reminded of the importance of humility.   In our first reading (from Ecclesiasticus) we are told that if we ‘behave humbly we will find favour with God.’ The second reading (from the letter to the Hebrews) backs this up by making […]

  5. Twenty First Sunday (Year C) 25 August 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   My dear friends,   Our Gospel reading today is about membership of the Kingdom of God. Note that there is no automatic membership, no guarantee of admittance.   Someone wants to know how many will be saved. Jesus tells him it is a waste of time to speculate. What we need […]

  6. Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year C) 18 August 2019

    Fr Frank writes:   My dear friends,   In today’s Gospel Jesus says, “I have come to bring fire on earth, and how I wish it were blazing already.” Further, he says, “Do you suppose I have come to bring peace on earth? No, I tell you, rather division.”   There is no neutral position […]