TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Do not be afraid
Our winter solstice has now passed (yeh!) and once again our days will begin to get longer.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Share a meal
I imagine that it is not lost on many of you that we began to return to Mass/Eucharist on the feast day of the Body and Blood of Christ.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Interconnectedness
The June long weekend is upon us, winter is here, and the Easter Season has passed without the usual liturgical rituals for our celebrations of Pentecost, Trinity Sunday and the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ, before returning to Ordinary Time. This certainly has not been an ordinary year with droughts, fires and a pandemic.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Electricity
This week will see a change to the isolation requirements of the past couple of months, with all of the students returning to school and for diocesan staff the beginning of a six week period of transitioning back into the workplace.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Novena
I am conscious of writing this message in a week of so many ‘events’ to remember and celebrate, even though we remain in relative isolation because of COVID – 19.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Care for our common home
This week we are celebrating Laudato Si’ Week, honouring the fifth anniversary of the encyclical letter on ecology and climate, signed by Pope Francis on 24 May 2015.
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: Mothers
I am the way, the truth and the life, says the Lord; no one comes to the Father, except through me. (John 14:6)
TUESDAYS WITH TERESA: That you may have life
These are the words we listened to at the end of the Gospel, which was read on Good Shepherd Sunday, and the 57th Day of World Prayer for Vocations.