We come to this last Sunday of the liturgical year and we find ourselves listening to John’s Good News of Jesus’ kingship – a kingship rooted in truth. We have listened to Good News throughout this year and as we have had chance to explore how we live the Gospel through living mission so we come to appreciate more and more that the Good News we proclaim is nothing other than the kingship of Christ. Look at that second reading – the Good News is tucked away in that reading: He loves us and has washed away our sins with his blood. That’s what we are to proclaim; that’s the truth we bring to others... but we proclaim it through living it – let us spend this last week of the year living in the knowledge that God loves us and has set us free to live for him! Isn’t that the Good News that others need to hear


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The Salisbury Catenians invite you to dinner.

May 19, 2022

The Salisbury Catenians invite you to join them for dinner and talk by parishioner Richard Hilliard regarding his dealings with Royal Family.

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Bishop Thomas Neylon has expressed his joy at the news of the Canonisation of Blessed Lazarus, also called Devasahayam, an 18th-century Indian martyr. He...Read more

Score AGM 16 May 2022

May 17, 2022

Report on SCORE meeting held on Monday 16 May 2022

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