When in the solitude of a holy life we bear with unpolluted mind the bestial manners of men, we merit to have the ministry of Angels, by whom, when freed from the body, we shall be transferred to everlasting happiness.. — Bede
[wpdreams_ajaxsearchlite] Trapping ring-tailed monkeys Fr. Tony’s 8-minute Homily (everything on one page) Men who trap animals in Africa for zoos in America say that one of the hardest animals to […]
A priest hearing confessions during the pandemic. How do we know when we are truly sorry for our sins? When we can say, “I’m sorry; I wish I hadn’t done it; I won’t do it again,” writes Father Hawkswell.
God makes a covenant with Noah and, through Noah, with all creation.
Your ways, O Lord, are love and truth to those who keep your covenant.
The story of the temptation of Jesus is told on the First Sunday of Lent every year.
The First Letter of Peter uses the imagery of the flood and the covenant with Noah as a symbol of Baptism.