The God who Speaks to us and sustains our mental health

Life can be bleak in these troubled times, particularly when the challenges of dealing with the Covid pandemic for ourselves, and our loved ones, seem overwhelming and many restrictions are still in place.  When so many uncertainties need to be faced, it is not […]

Pope’s Prayer Intention for January: Fellowship with other religions

A greater sense of human solidarity has grown among us as we ended a dreadful year, yet it wasn’t universal. The longed-for advent of viable vaccines was accompanied by rich nations buying up huge stocks, leaving majority world nations struggling.  […]

Pope at Angelus reminds us to cherish our baptismal identity

Pope Francis celebrates the Baptism of the Lord inviting the faithful to celebrate the date of their Baptism, the day they received Holy Spirit and became the beloved children of God. Marking the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, Pope Francis […]

Covid-19: Warning over vaccine scam messages

Fraudsters are sending out fake texts offering a Covid vaccine in an attempt to steal personal and financial information, police have warned. Police says that the text offers a link to an “extremely convincing” fake NHS website where people are asked to input their bank details to register for a vaccine. […]

Pastoral Letter for the Feast of the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph

These days we hear a great deal about ecology, and rightly so. We must take care of the created world in its beauty and resources. Interestingly, the word ‘ecology’ comes from a Greek word meaning ‘home’ or ‘place to live’. So, it is a word that can be applied […]