A Rosary for Priests

What an honour to be ordained a Priest. And yet, consider what this really means; Christ came to suffer and die on the Cross for the redemption of all. As it was for the Master, so must it be for the servant.

The Lord’s Baptism

As we contemplate this holy Feast in our prayers today, let us as the Merciful Lord for the grace to be faithful to what is given to us in Baptism, and what it asks of us in every moment of our life.

The Miracle Of Communion

So many of the Saints were in awe at every Mass, the culmination of their spiritual life; and yet how often do we sit there and give little thought to what is taking place before us?

Finding Christ the Lord

At least the Wise men were wise. But how do we find the same Christ Child? Where do we find Him? And – most crucially of all – are we even interested in looking for Him?

Little Visits

The gemstones for me over this past year are my little visits to the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament at my parish Church, where the doors are always open during the day.

The Holy Family

The Holy Family of Nazareth – Jesus, the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Joseph – is the model of the Christian family; it is a school of deep sanctity, as all of the recent Popes have reminded us.

‘Divine Mercy In My Soul’

extracts from the Diary of Saint Faustina


“I was praying for a certain Priest.. I suddenly saw Jesus crucified. His eyes were closed and He was immersed in torture. I worshipped His five Wounds, each one separately, and asked His blessing for (the Priest). Jesus gave me to know interiorly how dear that soul was to Him and I felt that grace was flowing from Jesus’ Wounds upon that soul who, like Jesus, is also stretched out upon the Cross.”

(Diary, entry no.988)

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The Beloved Disciple

The Beloved Disciple has always been a popular Saint, resting close to the beating Heart of the Lord, and taking His Mother into his home at the command of the Lord from the Cross.

The Manger of Bethlehem

Merciful Jesus, You come to us as a little Child, the long awaited Christ of Whom the Prophets spoke. I think about Your coming, O Lord, as I gaze upon the Manger of Bethlehem.

Pass Through You

There is no getting away from the fact that if we are devoted to the message of Divine Mercy, then we are called to be not only witnesses of mercy, but also to be vessels of mercy.

The Power of Kindness

In our prayers today, may the Lord grant us the grace to be kind toward others, not counting the cost and seeking nothing back in return. And in this way, may we better reflect His own love.

Constant Compassion

The task of the Blessed Virgin is to bring us ever closer to Her Son; so let us ask the Lord for the special grace to love His Mother as She deserves to be loved.

A Reminder of Mercy

One of the great things about the Image of Mercy is that it is a very visual reminder of the meaning of mercy – and also of the requirements it places upon us.

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Mercy: the Popes

“Let us be renewed by God’s mercy, let us be loved by Jesus, let us enable the power of his love to transform our lives too; and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth, protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.” – Pope Francis, Urbi et Orbi, 31st March 2013

“In our time, humanity needs a strong proclamation and witness of God’s mercy.” – Pope Benedict, Angelus message, 16th September 2007

Cor Immaculata

Dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, this section of the site will enkindle your devotion to the Mother of God. Learn something of why so many of the Saints and Popes were deeply devoted to the Queen of Heaven, our Model in the faith.

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“Mary is so closely united to Jesus because she received from Him the knowledge of the heart, the knowledge of faith, nourished by Her experience as a mother and by Her close relationship with Her Son.”  – Pope Francis

“By means of this Image, I shall be granting many graces to souls;
so, let every soul have access to it.”


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