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  • It is our choice whether we are in or out of the Kingdom

    23 November 2014: Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe He will take his seat on his throne of glory, and he will separate men one from another [Jesus’] criteria for separating people are based on what they did during the course of their lives...
  • Living our faith in Jesus

    16 November 2014: Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary TimeBecause you have been faithful over a few things, enter into the joy of the Lord What matters most of all is living as God invites us in following Jesus Matthew places Jesus’ story about the king a...
  • The temple of stones is a symbol of the living church

    09 November 2014: The Dedication of the Lateran Basilica You are the temple of God Today the liturgy celebrates the dedication of the Lateran Basilica, called “mother and head of all the churches of the city and the world.” In fact, this basilica ...
  • For our faithful departed

    02 November 2014: All Souls' DayThe Lord God will destroy death for ever O God, the Creator and Redeemer of all the faithful,grant to the souls of Thy servantsdeparted the remission of their sins, that,through pious supplications,they may obtain the pard...
  • November - Month of Remembrance

    26 October 2014: Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary TimeYou shall love the Lord your God and your neighbour as yourself November is the time in the Church’s year when we especially remember and pray for loved ones who have died. This year, our Parish will b...
  • Give to God the things that are God’s

    19 October 2014: Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time - World Mission SundayGive to Caesar the things that belong to Caesar and to God the things that are God’sThe question that Jesus’ enemies put to him about paying tax was deadly. It was an attempt ...
  • Good or bad, we are all welcome

    12 October 2014: Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Respect Life Sunday Whomsoever you find invite to the wedding“A banquet... is an outstanding moment of fellowship. In the traditions of Israel, familiar to Matthew’s community, the blessings pr...
  • Finding connections

    05 October 2014: Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Do these things and the God of peace will be with you MENTAL HEALTH WEEK 5-12 October 2014 Much of the suffering of people with mental illnesses and of their relatives and friends comes from the w...
  • Prayer for Social Justice

    28 September 2014: Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time - Social Justice SundayIn your minds you must be the same as Christ JesusLord Jesus, Carpenter and King,supreme Sovereign of all men,look with tender mercy upon the multitudes of our daywho bear the ...
  • The path to international peace

    21 September 2014: Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time For me to live is Christ Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September. The General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals o...
  • The Cross compels people, including emperors, to act

    14 September 2014: The Exaltation of the Holy Cross The Son of Man must be lifted up The Cross is one of the most central objects of the Christian faith. It is the symbol of God’s love for us expressed by the self-sacrificing death of Jesus, his Inc...
  • Thank you to our fathers

    07 September 2014: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Love is the fulfilment of the Law A deep gratitude to the priests in the Richmond Catholic Parish and all the fathers who have dedicated their lives for their families. Prayer for Priest O Jesu...
  • National day for migrants and refugees

    31 August 2014: Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time May you present your bodies as a living sacrifice Prayer for One Human Family Dear God, our Father in heaven,we thank you for the sacred gift ofthe Eucharist which unites us in a single body. We...
  • Pope Francis' top ten secrets to happiness

    24 August 2014: Twenty-first Sunday in Ordinary TimeYou are Peter, to you I will give the keys of the kingdom of heaven “Live and let live.” The first step to peace and happiness is following the ancient advice of the Romans: “Campa e fascia camp...
  • Do we have great faith?

    17 August 2014: Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary TimeWoman, you have great faithToday’s Gospel story is unusual. In it Jesus changes his mind. He meets a foreign woman with a different religion - a double outsider. When she asks him to cure her daughter he ...
  • Thank you for our day of celebration

    10 August 2014: Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Command me to come to you over the water The Parish Community enjoyed a wonderful celebration last Sunday. A very heartfelt thank you to all, particularly the concelebrating priests, the homilist, Fr H...
  • Celebration of the Feast of St Ignatius

    03 August 2014: Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time No creature can separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Feast Day 31 July: St Ignatius of Loyola is the Patron Saint of St Ignatius' Church and he was founder of the Society of Jesus (SJ) ...
  • Celebration of the Feast of St James

    27 July 2014: Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time You have asked for wisdom Feast Day 25 July: James, son of Zebedee (died 44 AD) was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus, and traditionally considered the first apostle to be martyred. He was a son of Ze...
  • Be open to the weeds and the wheat

    20 July 2014: Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Let them grow together until the harvest While we must speak out for the truth, we may well be tempted to emphasise our faithfulness by our impatience and intolerance towards those who do not journey with ...
  • The sower and the seed

    13 July 2014: Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary TimeA sower went out to sowThe story of the sower and the seed describes the growth of faith in our hearts and in society. God makes the seed grow, but the ground it falls on decides how healthy it will be and ho...