St Beuno's, North Wales

This week’s readings challenge us to reflect on our attitude towards money. It should never displace our generous and just God from being at the centre of our lives. In the First Reading, Amos attacks those who take advantage of the poor and...
A man paying for something on his laptop with his card.
This week’s readings invite us to rejoice in a God who longs to forgive us. No-one is beyond God’s reach: we are loved sinners who are welcomed home with great joy, regardless of how far we have strayed. In the First Reading the Israelites have lost...
Sheep, alone in field
Usually attributed to King Solomon, the First Reading shows God as one who is always ready to grant the gift of wisdom to those who truly seek it. The Second Reading is taken from St Paul’s letter to Philemon, a leader in the Colossian church. Paul...
A building site
Today’s readings are a mixture of exhortations to be gentle and humble in our own lives, and to give practical hospitality to the poor. The First Reading gives advice on humility in our behaviour and warns against pride. A wise person is attentive...
Wedding reception, people with glasses raised
Today’s Psalm places the truth of God’s love for all of humanity at the centre of this Sunday’s liturgy. The prophet Isaiah in the First Reading speaks of a time when the Lord will gather all people to himself. God’s love is so strong that people of...
A narrow door
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