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Reflections

A Reflection for The Feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist

In 1980 the Spiritan (Holy Ghost) Superior in Kenya, the late Fr. Oliver Ellis C.S.Sp., together with Bishop Raphael Ndingi, then of the Diocese of Nakuru, invited three priests of our congregation to take up ministry in Kenya’s remote and isolated East Pokot region.

A Reflection for World Refugee Day and for the Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Simple idea really… ‘whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother’ Jesus’ brother and sister and mother My brother and sister and mother...

A Reflection for the Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

If you see a healthy plant growing, take it from its pot of wet soil, take away carefully and gently see the fresh, fleshy and white roots growing determinedly in the soil without a sound! This parable of the seed growing secretly and silently in the dark earth is the only one unique to Mark who wrote the first of the four Gospels. Matthew and Luke followed him. There was no copyright law at this time.