The ever-loving father

Fr Terry writes: Did you ever own a kaleidoscope as a child? If you did then you will know the wonder and pleasure that this simple toy can bring. You look through the lens and you find a bright multi-coloured pattern in which the elements have arranged themselves. You turn the kaleidoscope slightly, look again, and behold, there is a whole new pattern to marvel at. The parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15.11-32) has the same effect, if we look at it again with fresh eyes. Take the very title. We know it as the parable of the prodigal son, that is to say, the story of the spendthrift, reckless son. But there are really two parables in the story. There is the parable of the lost young

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Year C) 31st March 2019

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Year C) 31st March 2019 MASS TIMES AND INTENTIONS Sat 30th March 6.00 pm Vigil Angela and Eamonn Doherty, intentions Sun 31st March 8.30 am Bridie Gilligan, RIP 10 am S. Fernandes De Souza, RIP 12 noon Kitty Smith, RIP Mon 1st April 10 am Baylon family, intentions Tue 2nd April 10 am Vitorio Barani, 15th anniversary 11 am Funeral Mass of Patsy De Souza Wed 3rd April 10 am Santana Rodrigues, intentions Thu 4th April 10 am Agnes O’Boy, RIP Fri 5th April 10 am Sister Conleth, RIP Sat 6th April 10 am

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