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Whoever keeps my word …

We welcome Bernie, a regular member of our congregation, and member of the staff at St Chrysostom’s School, to offer thoughts on the Gospel reading for the Thursday of the Fifth Week of Lent. (John 8. 51-end)  “Very truly, I … Continue reading

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Love and respect in the face of hate

Andrew Omokaro our Church Warden at St Chrysostom’s offers a reflection on the Gospel Reading for the Wednesday of the Fifth Week of Lent (John 8.31-42). Andrew comments: Jesus seems to be trying to understand the lack of faith and … Continue reading

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The diligence, perseverance and kindness of Jesus

Mariam shares with us her thoughts about the Gospel reading for the Tuesday of the Fifth week of Lent. (John 8. 21-30) Mariam is originally from Iran and has recently been baptised at St Chrysostom’s. Mariam read this Gospel using … Continue reading

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Caught in the act

The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery… “In the Law Moses commanded us to stone such women, Now what do you say?”…But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground … Continue reading

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Prayerways: A time to pray

Praying can be something which we can all feel that we hardly ever do, or something that we always do.  The truth probably lies somewhere between these two extremes. Choosing a set time to pray can be a way of … Continue reading

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Jesus Rewards Veronica’s Charity

We adore you O Christ and we bless you Because by your Holy Cross you have redeemed the world Yet it was you who took me from the womb; you kept me safe on my mother’s breast. On you I … Continue reading

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Hope, there is always hope

Today’s Lent Bible reflection is given by Sonia who has been worshipping with us for many years and in addition to worship she helps with refreshments after Sunday Mass and is a regular pilgrim to the shrines at Ladyewell and … Continue reading

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