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2014 Midyear News

altI write my Midyear Newsletter to all who so generously have supported Communio, many of whom have done so year after year. The 2013 Christmas Appeal raised $18,544 and I want to thank you sincerely for your generosity towards this Appeal.

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Vision Statement

We are:

* a welcoming community which reaches out to all
* celebrating Christ's presence
* joyfully living out our Christian calling across distance and diversity
This vision states that as a Diocese, we aim to be a welcoming, missionary, centred on Christ, and each striving to live one's particular vocation.
It is in living out our calling that we praise God, follow Christ, influence society and achieve the goal of eternal life won for us by Christ.
In the parishes we have encouraged people to measure whatever they do against this Diocesan vision.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Most Rev. Justin Bianchini, DD

Random Homilies: Year A

All Souls Day – Death

Buzzword – Death
Traditionally, November is the month in which the Church’s liturgy focuses our minds on the

 
Feast of Corpus Christi - Body of Christ

Buzzword - Body of Christ
The Feast of Corpus Christi, Body of Christ, owes its existence to Blessed Juliana of Liege,

 
3 Sunday of Advent - Hope

Buzzword - Hope
With so much bad news to deal with, I suppose it makes sense to hope that things may get better. Today'

 

Random Homilies: Year B

1st Sunday of Lent - Victory

Buzzword - VICTORY
We begin Lent with the picture of Jesus as a winner, and, in to-day's readings we are invited to be

 
Baptism of the Lord - Ambassadors

Buzzword - Ambassadors
The readings today continue to focus our attention on Christ and His ministry. In doing this, of

 
4th Sunday in OT - Evil

Buzzword - Evil
The thought of evil in a world created by a God of Goodness appears to be a contradiction. But, evil do

 

Random Homilies: Year C

5th Sunday of Easter - New Commandment

Buzzword - New Commandment
It is said that one of the early Roman Emperors, while watching the circus events in which C

 
Easter Sunday - Rebirth

Buzzword - Rebirth!
No testimony is more unanimous in the New Testament. From the oldest to the latest writings, the cl

 
6th Sunday of Easter - Decisions

Buzzword - Decisions
One of the tough things in life is making decisions. The more complicated life gets, the more deci