Daily advent reflections from the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales on mercy, compassion and forgiveness.
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon OP, the Archbishop of Liverpool, looks at how the Pope has challenged us to look at the way we live and work through the prism of mercy.
Bishop John Arnold
Time for a spiritual spring clean? Here's Bishop John Arnold's Advent reflection on Confession.
Bishop Hlib Lonchyna
We have a great reflection today from Bishop Hlib Lonchyna, Bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of the Holy Family in London. He asks the question: Why on Earth should God forgive us our sins?
Bishop Declan Lang
Bishop Declan Lang is the Bishop of Clifton and Chair of the International Affairs department. In his Advent reflection, he addresses a crucial Advent question and encourages us to pledge ourselves to work for justice and peace in our everyday lives.
Bishop William Kenney
Bishop William Kenney, an auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Birmingham, focuses his Advent reflection on how mercy is a
strength to be admired.
Monsignor Michael McPartland
Monsignor Michael McPartland, the Apostolic Prefect of the Falkland Islands, looks at how our Christmas preparations enhance the season of goodwill but we should focus on the Gospels to celebrate the greatest gift of all - the coming of God with his infinite love and mercy.