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Archive for January, 2016

What’s the point of walking through a Holy Door in this Year of Mercy? Don’t you have plenty of good doors of your own at home to walk through? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang for university students on their Year of Mercy pilgrimage from the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Farm Street, London, to Westminster Cathedral.

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This is a time for us to rediscover the beauty of God, the beauty of the face of Jesus Christ. Beauty is such an important way of thinking about God. Because beauty, at one level, has no purpose, no meaning – other than itself. It’s not “useful”; it’s not for the sake of something else. It is simply to be, and to be beheld.

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Faith in politics: apply now for the Catholic Parliamentary and Public Affairs Internships. See post at Jericho Tree.

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You, the bible and “God’s Big Plan”: an inspirational new bible course from CaFE and Bible Society. See post at Jericho Tree.

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RCIA: Don’t stop with just a programme. See post at Jericho Tree by Hannah Vaughan-Spruce.

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If you know these amazing seven truths about baptism, how could you not hope and pray that your non-Christian friends would come to know Christ and ask to be baptised? A homily by Fr Stephen Wang at Jericho Tree.

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A talk given by Fr Stephen Wang about the Holy Eucharist, with a focus on the Communion of Saints, the Living Word of Sacred Scripture, the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, and the Sacrifice of the Mass; with practical tips about how to grow in love for the Mass.

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