Corpus Christi

This year we celebrated Corpus Christi on Thursday the 26th of May. Corpus Christi which in English translates as the Body (Corpus) of Christ (Christi), serves us as a good reminder of what is central in our Catholic Faith. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that: “The Eucharist is “the source and summit of the … More Corpus Christi

The Holy Trinity

Before one starts to answer the question “ What is the Trinity?” one must first define what Catholics believe about God. As Catholics we believe that God is love. On the other hand the Jews and Muslims believe that God loves, we as Catholics also believe that God loves. But the radical Christian difference is … More The Holy Trinity

Pentecost

When one looks at Church history, one can very easily conclude that today’s feast, marks a pivitial and crucial moment in Catholic history. Why? The answer to such a question lies in today’s first reading from the book of Acts; the Holy Spirit. When one sees a before and after picture, one can easily spot … More Pentecost

The Ascension

This Sunday’s reading focuses on the Ascension of the Lord into heaven. One might think that this is the end of the story, much like seeing the end of the movie whereby the credits roll and you leave the cinema. On the contrary, the story hasn’t finished, in fact it marks the beginning of the … More The Ascension