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The Solemnity of the Epiphany. Fr Samuel Burke reminds us that Christ saves kings and shepherds alike. (Our sermon for
Seventeenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Sam Burke considers how we can imitate Christ and the Apostles at the Feeding
First Sunday of Advent. Fr Sam Burke considers the Lord's command to stay awake.
A slightly irreverent confession: whenever I hear
First Sunday of Lent (A) | Br Samuel Burke surveys our battleplan for Lent.
Lent can be thought of as battle!
Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord (C) | Deacon Samuel Burke explains why the Ascension is a feast worth
Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) | Deacon Samuel Burke considers the risky business of compassion and encountering the Lord
Feast of the Holy Family | Deacon Samuel Burke considers the sanctifying effect of Christ on the relationships within the
You learn something new every day. Researching for today’s post, I discovered that St Thomas Aquinas composed the Mass propers,
The great feast of Corpus Christi is a liturgy that was prompted by the vision of a young girl, St.
Readings: Deuteronomy 8:2-3; Psalm 147; 1 Corinthians 10: 16-17; John 6: 51-58
Economic doom and gloom has filled the media with
In today’s Gospel Jesus raises the question of his betrayer. The disciples, gathered at the Last Supper, are perplexed at
Psalm 38 is the prayer of one who has reached rock bottom. It is the lament of a supplicant who