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WHEN WE MEET
We meet to celebrate Mass on the second Sunday of each month at 10 a.m. Our host site is Kingsland Community Centre.
From September to June (except December), we hold an education/discussion evening (usually facilitated by a community member) on the third Wednesday of each month from 7 - 9 p.m. (downstairs at Kingsland Community Centre).
Refreshments and visiting time are part of all our gatherings. Everyone is welcome!
If you have any questions about our community, or would like more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Brigid, pray with us.
Category Archives: Article
In continuing to oppose women’s ordination the pope argues that something has to be revealed in order for it to be done; but that we don’t do it so it must not have been revealed. A cursory examination of change … Continue reading
Article posted from www.ncronline.org His Mema, Denise Donato, had just been ordained the first female bishop in the Ecumenical Catholic Communion (ECC). Psalm 82 speaks about wisdom coming “from out of the mouths of babes.” One day Miles will learn that … Continue reading
The door into the old boys club, through which only whispers emerged about the abusive gender relations that were tolerated within, has been unlocked and flung wide open. The assumed privileges of mostly white men which has allowed society to … Continue reading
“Holy Thursday Vatican Embassy Witness : From Condemnation to Conversation: Vatican Nuncio Dialogues with Women Priests” by Roy Bourgeois, Jane Via and Janice Sevre-Duszynska From 2002 through 2016, the Vatican has condemned the ordination of women priests. Since the ordination … Continue reading
Thanks to collaboration between Google Street View and the Vatican, Rome’s catacombs are now accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. However, the move has created controversy for what some say the catacombs hold. Read full article by Megan Fincher … Continue reading
Continued from September 6, 2013 Newsletter The Pope then launched into a strange interlude about Paraguayan women who, after that country’s war with Brazil led to such a decimation of the male population that there were eight women to every … Continue reading
A short opinion piece from theologian Leonardo Boff regarding Pope Francis The first millennium of Christianity was marked by the paradigm of community. The Churches had relative autonomy regarding their own rites: Orthodox, Coptic, Ambrosian from Milan, Mozarabic, from Spain, … Continue reading