The Sundays of Ordinary Time

Resources for Advent 2022

We move towards the new church year and Advent of 2022.

See some resources aimed at supporting you as you journey towards our celebration of birth of the Christ Child into our time.

Click here for the resource page

Feast of Christ the King

33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 13th November 2022

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 6th November 2022

31st Sunday in Ordinary Time – 30th October 2022

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 23rd October 2022

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 16th October 2022

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 9th October 2022

27th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 2nd October 2022

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 25th September 2022

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 18th September 2022

24th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 11th September 2022

23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 4th September 2022

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time – 28th August 2022

21st Sunday in Ordinary Time – 21st August 2022

20th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 14th August 2022

19th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 7th August 2022

18th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 31st July 2022

17th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 24th July 2022

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 17th July 2022

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 10th July 2022

14th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 3rd July 2022

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 26th June 2022

Feast of Corpus Christi – 19th June 2022

Feast of the Holy Trinity – 12th June 2022

Announcing Tarsus Summer School 2022

Summer School 2022

15 Online presentations (to be enjoyed in your own time from 7th June)
Webinar 1 – Tuesday 7 June @ 7.30 pm
Webinar 2 – Tuesday 28 June @ 7.30 pm

Cost: €40 per household

Going live 7 June 2022

Register here:


Jessie Rogers
Following the Spirit in Luke-Acts
Sean Goan
The Synodal Path in the Gospel of John: Communion, Participation and Mission
Kieran O’ Mahony
“You are a chosen race, a royal priesthood” (1 Peter)

Feast of Pentecost – 5th June 2022

Feast of the Ascension – 29th May 2022

6th Sunday of Easter – 22nd May 2022

5th Sunday of Easter – 15th May 2022

4th Sunday of Easter – 8th May 2022

3rd Sunday of Easter – 1st May 2022

2nd Sunday of Easter – 24th April 2022

Tarsus Scripture School
Lenten Programme

Jesse Rogers, Seán Goan and Kieran O’Mahony are presenting a programme for Lent and Easter 2022.
The focus is on the portrait of Jesus as prophet and the story of salvation in Luke-Acts. This is a self paced programme and is currently available.
See here for more detail and registration.

Easter Sunday – 17th April

Palm Sunday – 10th April

Fifth Sunday of Lent – 3rd April

Fourth Sunday of Lent – 27th March

Third Sunday of Lent – 20th March

Second Sunday of Lent – 13th March

First Sunday of Lent – 6th March

8th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 27th February

7th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 20th February

6th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 13th February

5th Sunday in Ordinary Time – 6th February

4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

…today this scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing Luke 4:21

2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

…you have kept the good wine until now.

John 2:10

Styles of Meditation and Contemplation

There are numerous ways of engaging with experiences of God in our daily lives. The following are three that I find helpful at different times.

Meeting the Lord
in Imaginative Prayer

Richard Rohr of the Centre for Action and Contemplation ( explains this method.

We at the Center often teach the transforming effects of silence and unknowing. It has been my personal practice for years.

At the same time, one of the great gifts of Jesuit spirituality is to teach us how to draw closer to God through images, words, verbal prayer, our imaginations, and the Bible itself.

Click on the button below to read how writer and retreat leader Margaret Silf invites people into the riches of Ignatian contemplation


Lectio Divina is a method of prayer that uses Scripture to facilitate one’s relationship with God.

This form of spirituality is distinctly Catholic, but similar methods are found in other religions.  Traditionally, there are four steps in the process – lectiomeditatiooratio, and contemplatio.  Each step is often thought of as “rungs on a ladder” leading up to the pure “experience of God” in contemplatio.  The process is also sometimes seen as circular, with each step enhancing the experience of the others.


Richard Rohr of the Centre for Action and Contemplation ( explains this method.

My friend and CAC teacher James Finley is a true contemplative!

I watch the crowds—from conferences to Living School students—settle in his presence almost immediately.

He is so centered in himself and in God that he is at peace and “transmits” the message with peace everywhere he goes.

Click on the button below for Jim’s gentle, loving instructions for what many consider traditional meditation: 

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