December 10, 2015 - Catholic Herald

December 10, 2015

Lectio Divina

Luke 3:10-18 10 The people asked [John], “What are we to do, then?” 11 He answered, “Whoever has two shirts must give one to...

Omnium Gatherum

The Third Sunday of Advent is nicknamed “Gaudete … Rejoice!”, from the first word of the Introit chant. Gaudete is the counterpart of “Laetare...

Word this Week

The prayer for the Third Sunday of Advent prays that we who await the celebration of the Lord’s Nativity might celebrate the joys of...

Pictures of the week

1. Archbishop Leo Cushley with children from St Peter’s Primary School in Morningside, Edinburgh, ahead of his 31-date tour of the Archdiocese of St...

December 13 to December 19

Cardinal Nichols (Westminster) Sun: Opens Westminster Cathedral Door of Mercy during Liturgy of Vespers and Benediction, 3.30pm. Tue: Preaches at Metropolitan Police Carol Service,...

What holds Lebanon together

When the vote on bombing Syria was going through the House of Commons last week, I thought about all the people I had met...

Why does God remain hidden?

When I first began teaching theology, I fantasised about writing a book about the hiddenness of God. Why does God remain hidden and invisible?...

No need for self-loathing

My 12-year-old granddaughter is studying German and, as part of an exchange arranged by her school, a girl from a Gymnasium in Bonn came...

Pastor Iuventus

Treason, as a French revolutionary said, is just a matter of dates, and so once again I can bless my poor, benighted RE teachers...

The Week Ahead

Ordinary Form Divine Office Week III Sunday, December 13: Third Sunday of Advent Zep 3:14-18; Is 12:2-6; Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18 Monday, December 14:...

Lectio Divina

Luke 3:10-18 10 The people asked [John], “What are we to do, then?” 11 He answered, “Whoever has two shirts must give one to...

Omnium Gatherum

The Third Sunday of Advent is nicknamed “Gaudete … Rejoice!”, from the first word of the Introit chant. Gaudete is the counterpart of “Laetare...

Word this Week

The prayer for the Third Sunday of Advent prays that we who await the celebration of the Lord’s Nativity might celebrate the joys of...

Pictures of the week

1. Archbishop Leo Cushley with children from St Peter’s Primary School in Morningside, Edinburgh, ahead of his 31-date tour of the Archdiocese of St...

December 13 to December 19

Cardinal Nichols (Westminster) Sun: Opens Westminster Cathedral Door of Mercy during Liturgy of Vespers and Benediction, 3.30pm. Tue: Preaches at Metropolitan Police Carol Service,...

What holds Lebanon together

When the vote on bombing Syria was going through the House of Commons last week, I thought about all the people I had met...

Why does God remain hidden?

When I first began teaching theology, I fantasised about writing a book about the hiddenness of God. Why does God remain hidden and invisible?...

No need for self-loathing

My 12-year-old granddaughter is studying German and, as part of an exchange arranged by her school, a girl from a Gymnasium in Bonn came...

Pastor Iuventus

Treason, as a French revolutionary said, is just a matter of dates, and so once again I can bless my poor, benighted RE teachers...

The Week Ahead

Ordinary Form Divine Office Week III Sunday, December 13: Third Sunday of Advent Zep 3:14-18; Is 12:2-6; Phil 4:4-7; Lk 3:10-18 Monday, December 14:...