Maybe it is in paper format at the backs of churches, who knows?
I have a 'dry' Mass Sunday today as the only EF is at 5pm c. 75 miles away and my invalid carriage won't go the distance.
However, I did come across this message from the Bish issued last October to mark the start of The Year of Faith.
I think you will agree with me that, once you peel back the outer layer, you will find it pithy and really quite sweet (ho hum)...........
Just an extract, the prose is too fruity for a full expose.......
"My dear people
When we press an orange, orange-juice comes out – because that’s what’s inside. But, when we ourselves are pressed, what is it inside us that comes out? Is it something tolerant, or something dismissive? Something confident, or something embarrassing? Something convincing or something apologetic? As Catholics, we often seem to be on the back-foot: opposing legislation or immoral practices, rejecting abortion or same-sex marriages, protecting our adoption agencies or our right to wear a cross, or upholding the sanctity of life against embryonic stem-cell research. We ask ourselves: Where is Jesus Christ in all these apparent battles? and: How does our stance represent truly our Catholic faith? For, we often seem to be struggling with the pips rather than coming to grips with the substance of what we believe about sin and salvation, incarnation and atonement, resurrection and new life".
OK? Fascinated? How about giving it marks out of ten?
The comments box is all yours...........pip. pip!