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This Is What God Wants Of Us – Our Holiness

A Lenten Pastoral Letter from Bishop Leahy

"Lent is the season when the whole Church goes on a forty-day retreat. I would like to suggest that we take holiness as a theme for Lent this year. I do so because Pope Francis has recently written a wonderful letter on holiness reminding us of its importance. At a time when we are getting used to pastoral units and new pastoral arrangements in our Diocese, it is good to keep our eye on what ultimately matters – our holiness." - Bishop Brendan Leahy"

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Week of Prayer For Christian Unity 2019

Bishop Brendan Leahy shares his insights in the video below, he first appears in the video at 01:59.

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Guidelines for Team Ministry and Pastoral Units

In introducing team ministry and pastoral units, I believe God is at work. Change isn’t easy but just as it is necessary in our own personal lives, likewise in the Church we too constantly need to reform and renew our Church life.

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