Second Sunday of the Year. Fr David McLean encourages to enjoy a fully human life.
In an age when many are
The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth considers how the baptism of Jesus points to
The Solemnity of the Epiphany. Fr Samuel Burke reminds us that Christ saves kings and shepherds alike. (Our sermon for
Second Sunday of Christmas. Fr Peter Harries challenges us to face up to the demands of the Christmas message in
The Feast of the Holy Family. Fr John Farrell meditates upon the trust and the care needed at the heart
Christmas. Fr Benjamin Earl preaches on the great beginning of our salvation. (Our sermon for Sunday 26 December can be
We may be tempted to think in more morbid moments that death has the final say on life. Against this,
Fourth Sunday of Advent. Fr Andrew Brookes invites us to take a role in the drama of salvation.
If you listen
Jesus gives us the good news of the Kingdom where everybody is summoned, regardless of one’s capacities. The time of
Third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday). Fr Dominic Ryan considers the difference between Christ and John the Baptist as the
Advent is often one of the busiest times of the year for everyone. In this sermon Br. Matthew considers private
Second Sunday of Advent. Fr Aidan Nichols preaches on the inner life and the call to prepare for Christ.