Posts by Kath Calagui

Bulletin 10 – 17 Nov 2018

WHAT MAKES the widow’s mite valuable is the heart and sacrifice behind it. The hidden value of her offering teaches us that material goods are not the most important. Today’s Gospel points to discipleship: generosity of spirit, not money. God is looking for our hearts, not our possessions. Often, our giving to worthy causes is…

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Bulletin 3 – 10 Nov 2018

RELIGION IS ABOUT going up to God and out to our neighbour at the same time. Love of God is so interwoven with love of our neighbour that it is a difficult balance to achieve. If we say our prayers and attend Sunday mass, it is living with half the Gospel. If love of neighbour…

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Bulletin 27 Oct – 3 Nov 2018

ALL THAT HE NEEDED: Jesus responds to an illness – of a blind man who shouted at Jesus to hearhim. No whispered or shy prayer here! His faith made him shout to Jesus, and to believe that he could be better. He threw away all he had – a cloak and mat – and knew…

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Bulletin 20 – 27 Oct 2018

Jesus clearly spells out a new standard of greatness and status: success in His kingdom is not measured by worldly standards. Jesus wants each of us to think in terms of service rather than of authority. By His whole life, Jesus highlighted the importance of service. We serve God best by helping one another – though we are inclined to…

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