"Today we thank God for the great gift of his mercy, a mercy flowing from the Cross of Jesus. May God guide and renew our Church this day that we may all be messengers of this mercy and heralds of this joy."
- RT @CatholicHerald: As marriage withers in Britain, now is not the time to relax Church teaching goo.gl/EX4BW2 by @ALucieSmith htt
- RT @RCWestminster: Congratulations to all #CelebratingYP winners. rcdow.org.uk/news/celebrati… @Million_Minutes @WestminsterWYM
- RT @philskyross1962: @WestminsterWYM really proud of the team at Cardinal Wiseman for the last two days #great #job #faithful #engagement h
- Last night was the inaugural Celebrating Young People Awards. Phil shares thoughts! dowym.com/voices/the-cel… @Million_Minutes #CelebratingYP
The liturgical year, superimposes the mysteries of the life of Christ-from his Incarnation to his second coming in glory. The liturgical year begins with Advent, through to an even greater climax of Easter. Which ends with Pentecost. Interrupted by feasts of Mary and the saints.