We offer our sincere thanks to everyone for making this celebration so very special
From Port to Santiago de Compostela
Just to let you know that we completed the Camino today. We walked into the Cathedral plaza as the noon bells tolled. We have received our certificates of completion and are waiting to go to the pilgrim mass at 7.30pm tonight.
Fr. Magill reflects on God’s love portrayed within our Gospel for the 7th Sunday of Easter
Easter is a seven week season of joy and grace. Starting with the Triduum in Holy Week and ending with Pentecost Sunday, this 50 day season has been called “the radiant centre of the liturgical year.” We keep celebrating so that we might continue to enter into the meaning of the resurrection and to deepen the way it touches our daily lives.
After Easter Week’s resurrection stories, the first reading for the rest of this long and glorious season is from the Acts of the Apostles. Every day we see how Jesus’ followers reacted to his death, the challenges to their witness and the unexpected courage that comes to them. John’s Gospel is used for the entire Easter Season, the one time of year we can enter into his poetic and layered stories on a daily basis.
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