Sunday 29th June 2014


In St Peterís Square in Rome there are two very prominent statues.  One shows St Peter holding a key, the other St Paul holding a sword.  The symbolism of the key and the sword say much about the two men whose feast we celebrate today.  A key is used to unlock doors or open up places to allow people to enter in.  Peter is the one who opens the way which leads to Godís kingdom and discloses the treasures of Christís message.  The sword associated with Paul reminds us that he was a soldier.  For many years, as an officer in the Roman army, he spent his life persecuting the followers of Christ.  He was known to be ruthless and savage in his persecution of those who professed the Christian way of life.  ... Read More

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