Saturday, 18 September 2021 11:11

Seeing the presence of God in all things

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2021SOCWeb150The liturgy takes up this underlying sacramentality in all things as it uses water, wheat, grape, oil, music, smell, and touch to transform us into a new creation. The blessing tradition of the liturgy enables us to recognise the paradoxes of material degradation and human sin within creation, reminding us that Christ is the centre of all goodness. Within the realm of created things, we humans carry a sacramental trace of Christ. Jesus teaches that to care for one of the least is to care for him (Mt 25:40).

In this 3rd week of the Season of Creation we continue to listen to the Australian Bishops' Social Justice Statement helping us to see the presence of God in all things. pdf Read our reflections here. (1.34 MB)

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