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Reflections

A Reflection for the Fifteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

We all have memories of our childhood days, some happy and some not so. One of my better memories is of playing football, in a much-used, little field which was owned by a retired old sailor who had to use a crutch to get around. He allowed younger boys and girls to play in his field. The boys played football while the girls had their own games like skipping and hopscotch.

A Reflection for the Fourteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

In our readings today we are once again reminded that the Lord has always been present with His people, and this love and care for all of us is very much a present reality too.

A Reflection for the Thirteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time

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.