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Fr Gregory Murphy is currently engaged in parochial ministry and teaching in the Diocese of Dunkeld.
gregory.murphy@english.op.org

Holy Thursday. Fr Gregory Murphy offers a sermon for the Mass of the Lord’s Supper. I am writing from Scotland, where

Saints Peter and Paul. Fr Gregory Murphy sees the Princes of the Apostles as examples for the Church today. Saints Peter

Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Gregory Murphy asks how, in a time of change, are we to

Ash Wednesday  |  Fr Gregory Murphy explains that during Lent, out of the ashes of our failures and timidities, the fire

Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ (B)  |  Fr Greg Murphy on the Eucharist as medicine that heals

Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Gregory Murphy on being able to forgive others because we truly recognise

Fourth Sunday of Advent (A)  |  Fr Gregory Murphy looks at the fundamental choice that confronts Joseph and each of

Third Sunday of Lent. fr Gregory Murphy reflects on Moses' encounter with God in the burning bush. Moses, an exile tending

Fifth Sunday of Easter. fr Gregory reflects on how the love and mercy of God reach into our lives as

Sixteenth Sunday of the Year. fr Gregory Murphy explains how God's judgement is inseparable from His mercy. In living we usually learn

Easter Sunday. Fr Gregory explains how the exclamation 'Allelluia' is a basic reaction in joy to the Risen Lord. Alleluia! If

Twenty-Seventh Sunday of the Year. Fr Gregory Murphy reflects upon the transforming power of God's grace. Just before this Gospel passage

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