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Parish Life blog: Feast of the Epiphany

12 Dec 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

The Gospels of Matthew and Mark both bring out the unique importance of Jesus in God's plan. He is the Son of God come among us for the salvation of the world.


Parish Life blog: Arabic Language Day

11 Dec 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

International Migrants Day and Arabic Language Day, which both occur on 18 December, fit well together. We are reminded that those who are rebuilding lives often struggle with an unfamiliar language.


Prayer blog: St Cecilia

20 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

St Cecilia, the patron saint of music celebrates her feast day on 22 November. 


Catholic Teacher blog: Welcome the children

14 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

We see cruelty to children as monstrous, but find it tolerated in our society. As International Children's Day is marked this month, let us remember Jesus' command to 'welcome the children'.


Explorations: Prayer

09 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

In this Explorations we look at why prayer is such an important part of our faith, and at some of the different ways people go about it.


Parish Life blog: Men for others

05 Nov 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

To understand and practice being a 'Man for others' calls for the development of a deeper imagination than our culture commends.


Parish Life blog: Science and war

30 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

When celebrations are linked they each evoke stories that help us to understand each day better. That is so in the case of World Science Day for Peace and Development (10 November) and Remembrance Day (11 November).


Parish Life blog: Democracy requires journalism

25 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

photojournalistA just and democratic society requires people who speak truth to power. For that reason, a Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists (2 November) has reasonance for us all.


Parish Life blog: Combatting poverty and hunger

10 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

The twin events of Anti-Poverty Week and World Food Day invite us to imagine the reality of poverty. Hunger eats at our spirits as well as at our bodies.


Catholic Teacher blog: We, as teachers

10 Oct 2018 | Fr Andrew Hamilton

World Teachers’ Day has been held on 5 October since 1994 and its aim is to honour the instructors of the world.


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