Under the care of the Discalced Carmelite Friars
Our next Alpha starts on Tuesday 30 July at 6.30pm
This is your opportunity to be part of the Alpha experience and to invite anyone you know who has questions about faith and life to come along. Or, you may know someone who is thinking of returning to the Church, or who is interested in exploring ideas like this—Alpha is the perfect “first step” in examining or re-examining what Christianity means in our world today.
Parishioners who are participating in our current
Alpha have been very impressed by the method and message of the Alpha program. Why not come and experience it for yourself—you will find it will give you the confidence you may need to invite your family and friends along. Registration is essential, numbers are limited—so don’t miss out!
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The parable of the Good Samaritan in today’s Gospel (Luke 10:25-37) gives us a truly distinctive teaching of Jesus. Read more…Continue Reading →
In Luke’s Gospel there are two occasions when Jesus sent out disciples on mission. In 9:1-6 there is the sending of the Twelve. Read more….Continue Reading →
Today’s Gospel, Luke 9:51-62, begins at a turning point in the Gospel of Luke: the moment (9:51) when Jesus sets out on the long journey to Jerusalem that makes up the second half of his public ministry. Read more….Continue Reading →
‘Take and eat, this is my body.’ These familiar words express our faith that God comes to us as life and nourishment. Read more….Continue Reading →
The Christian mystery of the Trinity arises out of a sense of God as an active, outgoing communion of love. Read more….Continue Reading →