St Beuno's, North Wales

On this feast day we are reminded not only of those Saints who have gone before us, but also of the many inspirational people living saintly lives here on earth. The example of their lives of love and service inspire us on our own journey to the...
Image: stained glass with saints.
The readings this week challenge us to reflect both on the ways we might be blind, and on the gift of new vision that is freely offered. In the First Reading, the prophet Jeremiah speaks of a God who gathers his people to heal them. The Psalm sings...
Painting showing Jesus healing Bartimaeus
This Sunday, following the predictions Jesus gave of his suffering and death, we contemplate our Saviour and the implications for us, his followers. The First Reading comes from part of Isaiah’s last song of the suffering servant. It foretells Jesus...
a chalice, against a background of a picture of the Virgin Mary
The readings this week give us an opportunity to step back from the busy-ness of our everyday lives to consider more deeply the riches we have been given, and what it is we truly value. In the First Reading, the spirit of Wisdom has come to the...
A painting showing Jesus with a young man and his disciples
The scriptures this Sunday teach us about the importance and centrality of loving relationships to the expression of our faith. The excerpt from Genesis (First Reading) begins our salvation story with a vision of humanity in harmonious relationship...
Two young girls walking across a field.
Today’s readings sound a note of warning against the small-heartedness that seeks to limit God’s love, or reject the action of God’s Spirit in the world. They proclaim the indwelling of the Spirit in the lives of all. Moses rejoices that two elders...
A person holding out a glass of water.
Our readings this Sunday speak about wisdom, but from different perspectives. We can see the First Reading as a prophecy of the Lord’s Passion, where the ‘godless’ regard with contempt those who listen to and follow God’s voice, condemning them to...
A child walking along.
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