A Reflection for the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord

The Magi were “overwhelmed with joy” (Mt 2, 10) when they saw that the star they had seen at its rising stopped over the place where the child was. Matthew’s infancy narrative links the birth of Jesus with the prophets of old. In today’s first reading, Isaiah exclaims,

A Reflection for the Feast of the Holy Family

As a people loved and chosen by God, we celebrate this feast in communion with all our families. We are invited to imitate the virtues of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, models of love and mutual care and obedient to the Divine will. Certainly, we cannot disagree

A Reflection for Christmas Day

Christmas 2015 By Therese Hegarty Lights go on in Grafton Street Some of us shop till we drop Anticipating the smiles when each carefully chosen gift is unwrapped. Some of us cry us for the loved ones we lost