We are delighted to be able to offer a day of reflection to all our supporters and volunteers on the vision of Pope Francis for a renewed Church that is more connected to the plight of the poor, and lives out a vocation of helping those in greatest need.
Pope Francis has asked that this Jubilee Year of Mercy should be one big pilgrimage.
He has spoken about the spirituality and devotion of those who go on pilgrimages as an expression of their faith and a form of evangelization which should be promoted and valued more.
On October 25 1970 Pope Paul VI canonized the 40 martyrs of England and Wales, amongst them were St John Kemble (1599 – 22 August 1679) and the last Welsh martyr, St David Lewis (1616 – 27 August 1679).Continue reading →
During the Year of Mercy, Pope has called us to demonstrate Mercy in all areas of our lives. Doors of Mercy have opened across the world from Rome to right here in Cardiff. Kieran O’Brien, as part of a series of talks around Laudato Si’ recently held a talk to discuss the ideas of Mercy and see how we can implement these ideas in our lives. I attended the talk and have written a reflection on The Mystery of Mercy.Continue reading →