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LATEST BLOG POSTS

Rules and Numbers

Brothers, Seven petitions. Eight Beatitudes. Ten Commandments. Fourteen works of mercy. Forty days of Advent. Had enough? Twelve articles of the Creed, seventy three books of the Bible, eight hundred and twenty six page Catechism Of the Catholic Church. Then there's...

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Rays of Light

"You are the light of the world. A city built on a hill cannot be hid." (Mt 5:14) Brothers, indeed light helps us to see further, to see others, and to see ourselves. Someone walking in a dark alley or riding a bike on an unlit path, can't see where they are going or...

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Vain Discussions

Brothers, St Paul once urged his great friend St Timothy to stay in Ephesus so that he "may instruct certain people not to teach any different doctrine" as "some people have deviated from these and turned to vain discussions ("meaningless talk" as per some...

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Thanksgiving and Humility

Hello brothers, Couple days ago, October 7th to be precise, was the 450th anniversary of the world-saving Battle of Lepanto. The Church remembers this momentous day through a feast in honour of Our Lady of the Rosary, given the role she played in securing one of the...

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The Common Good

"All these I will give to you, if you..." These familiar words to us today, have been uttered throughout time, perhaps most famously by the devil himself (Mat 4:9). Want to meet your family overseas? Watch your child play indoor sports? Do you want to keep your job?...

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Divine Providence or Declining Confidence

We live in strange times. Athletes that quit are celebrated as courageous, big families are considered a threat to human life but not abortion, and church-burning we are told, "is not right but understandable". In other words, the beacons of virtue today are people...

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