St Beuno's, North Wales

If you are a Catholic and cannot go to Mass as there are no public Masses, you may like to make an act of 'Spiritual Communion' and say these words. My Jesus, I believe that you are present in this Holy Sacrament of the altar. I love you above all...
Stained glass window of Christ healing the blind man
This Sunday’s Gospel centres on a very personal encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s well. Jesus sees into the heart of her being: he understands her true longing and invites her to draw from the well of living water. In Lent...
Painting in realist style of Jesus and the woman at the well.
Traditionally, on the second Sunday of Lent, we read and pray with the Transfiguration of Jesus: the event that Matthew, Mark and Luke tell us took place up a high mountain. It is an episode that gives us a glimpse of both Jesus’s humanity and his...
Painting of the Transfiguration by Elizabeth Wang.
As we move into this holy season of Lent, the readings slowly begin to prepare us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus at Easter. The First Reading teaches us how God created a good world, giving life to man and woman. But Eve and Adam had...
Desert.
An understanding of the true teaching of the Law is presented in different ways in this week’s readings. In the First Reading from Leviticus, Moses receives instructions to tell the people to become more like their God in their dealings with others...
Two men shaking hands
Today’s readings reveal God’s law as something different from human-made laws, which are imposed on people to keep them in check. God’s law is born in love and given in love, and is fulfilled by our loving response to it. Because God does not impose...
A woman sitting in a church.
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