He goes first to our inner last (Homily, 25th Sunday in OT) He goes first to our inner last (Homily, 25th Sunday in OT)

He goes first to our inner last (Homily, 25th Sunday in OT)

Sunday 20 September 2020

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli Homily: 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year A) | No one begins by saying, “And lastly…” We start with, “First and foremost,” make our way to secondly, and then through the numbers. We might finally get to ‘Last, but not least.” However, none of us begins with, “And lastly…” None, that is, except for the Lord. “Start with the last arrivals,” said the landowner in Jesus’ parable, “and end with the first.” When it comes to the order of things in God’s kingdom...

Rosh Hashanah

Thursday 17 September 2020

Ecumenical & Interfaith Commission
On behalf of the Most Reverend Peter A Comensoli, Archbishop of Melbourne, together with the Catholic Community in Melbourne, I greet you for the feast of Rosh HaShanah. Shanah Tovah! Rosh HaShanah is a solemn feast and looks toward Yom Kippur. It is focussed on one’s personal relationship with God. In fact, the sound of the Shofar is a call to reflection and repentance. In a sense our current experience of COVID-19 echoes this call and invites us all to communal reflection and co-operation.

Please, sorry, thank you: International Day of Peace (21 September)

Wednesday 16 September 2020

Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ
The international day of peace is always timely. Unfortunately so. There is no end to wars and disputes between nations and between groups within them that take lives, devastate towns and impoverish nations. Peace is something that everyone wants, but most wars begin when one group or another tries to impose peace on its own terms, writes Andrew Hamilton. 

Year 12 You’ve Got This

Wednesday 16 September 2020

Catholic Education Melbourne 
The Year 12s of 2020 have overcome extraordinary disruptions to their final year of school. As they approach the final leg of their VCAL, VCE and VET journeys, their teachers are getting behind them with the message ‘Year 12 You’ve Got This’. 

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