Posts tagged Mary


Friday 31 December 2021

Let the joy of John and the exultant humble praise of Elizabeth’s words inspire our faith, that we might be ever thankful for the Lord’s work of salvation and look all the more steadfastly to his return!

Our Lady, Mother and Queen

Sunday 15 August 2021

The Assumption of Our Lady speaks profoundly about the nature and importance of the body. It is a sign of sure hope and comfort to us that one day we, the pilgrim people of God, will also find a place in heavenly glory.

Mary, Gate of Heaven: Homily for the Annunciation

Saturday 28 March 2020

The omnipotent God chose Mary.

Anglia dos Mariae: Why England needs Mary

Friday 27 March 2020

It all began with a ‘yes’. Our Lady’s consent to the angel: “Be it done to me according to thy Word” is the moment the world changes. In agreeing to become the Mother of God, Mary allows the plan of salvation to take place. God called her into existence for no other reason than to fulfil this most awesome of all vocations.

Sitting at the feet of Jesus: Homily for 17th July 2016.

Sunday 24 July 2016

“Man does not live by bread alone but on every word that proceeds from the mouth of God.” In our Old Testament reading we encounter the theme of hospitality. Hospitality has been important for many cultures across many years. St Paul talks of hospitality as a gift of the Spirit. Many argue that Sodom’s greatest […]

Advent Family 4: Watching Mary again!

Tuesday 24 December 2013

On Friday 20th some of our families gathered again at St Agnes for our final Advent group. Again, we took the same theme as the adults and considered Mary. We began by lighting the 4 Advent candles on our wreath and thought about the previous weeks: We have arrived at the last week of Advent […]