St Beuno's, North Wales

Today’s readings continue last week’s theme. We are to be ready when the Lord comes. In the First Reading from the book of Wisdom, the people recall that it was at night that the Exodus to the promised land began. They were watchful and ready when...
A person carrying a lantern
Today’s readings are about material things and our attitude towards them. Are they at the centre of our lives? The texts also suggest that what we are is more important than what we have. Qoheleth, ‘the Preacher’, who wrote the Book of Ecclesiastes...
A barn in summer.
As this Sunday’s Gospel Acclamation reminds us, ‘The Word was made flesh and lived among us; to all who did accept him he gave power to become children of God.’ Today’s readings also reveal a parent God who cares for us. We are his children, the ‘...
An open door
Our readings and prayers this week may lead us to open our hearts to Christ, our welcome guest. May he increase our faith and our love, so that we may see him amongst us as our friend. In our First Reading from Genesis, Abraham gives us the...
Jesus, Martha and Mary: Jesus looks at Martha who has bread in her hands, while Mary sits at his feet
The Liturgy this Sunday takes us to the very heart of how we are called to live fully human lives as the Body of Christ alive in the world today. We are reminded in the First Reading that we do not have to search far to find God. The Word of God is...
Van Gogh painting of the Good Samaritan helping the traveller.
This Sunday’s readings celebrate the grace of Christ’s peace, and invite us to become messengers of that peace to all around us. Isaiah calls the people of Israel to trust in God’s loving presence with them. He compares the care and comfort God...
Two people walking
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