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How to do Holy Week
12th April, 2017

Holy Week is a solemn week of extra prayer and fasting. It involves the Triduum: Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil. During those three days we recall—and through our prayer participate in—Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples, his

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Holy Week
12th April, 2017

Holy means “set apart.” Christians set apart an entire week – Holy Week – to recall the events surrounding the suffering, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus. Find information and activities for Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday

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What is Lent?(and Make this one Awesome)
28th February, 2017

Lent means “springtime” and Springtime is an awesome time! Andy Lesnefsky explains more about this liturgical time of lent and how we can participate more fully. Here are 5 additional tips to help you focus on the why and the

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Ash Wednesday – The Meaning behind the Dust
26th February, 2017

Ash Wednesday is the start of Lent, a 40 day period of repentance when Catholics take time to remind themselves that life indeed is limited: that we will die. The Ash Wednesday day ritual is simple.  Catholics place ashes on their

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The Sign of the Cross
13th February, 2017

At the beginning of every year, our office holds a day for required in-servicing in Workplace Health and Safety, Student Protection and ICT Code of Practice. This is a day the whole of our CEO office get together and we

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Happy New Year – Advent
24th November, 2016

A NEW YEAR in the Church’s calendar begins Sunday. Happy new year to all! This period is appropriately called “Advent”.  It comes from the Latin word adventus which simply means ‘coming’.  But whose coming are we talking about?  Obviously we

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Reflecting on the Year of Mercy
8th November, 2016

The Year of Mercy that Pope Francis proclaimed last year concludes  November 20, 2016. Mercy is the most fundamental and defining attribute of God, revealed through God’s actions throughout the Old Testament and most notably, in the person of Jesus

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