Reflection on the 4th Sunday of Lent

Whoever wants to write a book, or an article, or an essay or even a letter needs to plan the structure of what they wish to say – at least the beginning, middle and end. One novelist always wrote the final chapter of his book first and worked back to the beginning. It is a little like that with the gospels.

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Our Lady of Fatima to visit Cardiff Cathedral for Centenary Commemorations

This year the Church celebrates the Centenary of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, Portugal. To mark this great event, the World Apostolate of Fatima England and Wales (WAF), is arranging for the National Pilgrim Statue with the Relics of the seers Blessed Francisco and Blessed Jacinta to travel around Wales and England.

Catholic Mothers meet for Annual Conference

On Tuesday March 7th the Welsh Conference of the Union of Catholic Mothers gathered at the Park Inn, Cardiff for their annual conference. They were joined by chaplains to the local conferences and Archbishop George Stack for the celebration of Mass.

Reflection on the 3rd Sunday of Lent

“Give me some of that water to drink so that I may never get thirsty and never have to come here again to draw water”. (John 4:15)

Those of us who live in the Northern hemisphere, with regular flooding and torrential rain, might be surprised to know that on a worldwide scale there is a catastrophic shortage of water. Climate change, pollution, poor agriculture and the growth in population have all contributed to a situation where 1.1 billion people lack access to water and 2.7 billion experience water shortage at least once a month.

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Reflection on the 2nd Sunday of Lent

Reflection of 1st Sunday of Lent

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