St Beuno's, North Wales

God’s love for humanity is proclaimed throughout the liturgy this Sunday. The readings shed light on our story of salvation, and reflect the depth of eternal love that God expresses for all people. The First Reading describes how, for centuries,...
Jesus and Nicodemus at night.
Today, we dedicate ourselves anew to keeping God’s commandments, as we celebrate the mystery of God’s love for us, shown through the wisdom and power of Christ. Having rescued his people from slavery, God gives them the Ten Commandments. These offer...
Pigeons flying on the steps of  a church with colonnade
Trust in the Lord is the theme that links all this week’s readings. As we continue our Lenten journey, we are reminded of the extent of the Lord’s love and generosity – if we but listen to his voice and place our trust in him. In the First Reading...
light on a mountain
Lent – a new liturgical season, and an opportunity to start again. We can give thanks to God for giving us this season of grace. Lent is closely associated with God’s Covenant and with baptism, and the readings this Sunday strongly underline this...
Desert
Today’s readings point to the loving compassion of God, which is revealed in the way Jesus always responds to the plight of those around him. The Book of Leviticus (First Reading) sets the scene by listing the rules concerning those who were...
A hand reaching out to touch another hand.
This Sunday, the readings encourage us to look more deeply into the experience of human suffering. It is only through Christ that our pain and despair can and will be transformed. Just like the people in today’s Gospel, we are all longing for Christ...
A man standing on a hillside.
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