Confronting our demons


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How can we find life from Scripture’s words of condemnation? How are we supposed to take divine threats seriously? Readings: James

Christ poses a demanding question to his disciples in today's Gospel, the answer to which defines the identity of every

Scripture invites us to consider how Solomon’s surroundings led to his downfall. We can learn from this episode by being

King David is the perfect example of a person forgiven by God who has started a new life having received

Jesus tells us a lamp is to be put on the lampstand. Let us imitate Bl. Lataste who saw the

Jesus told his disciples to “have a boat ready for him because of the crowd”. That boat is a symbol

We may be tempted to think in more morbid moments that death has the final say on life. Against this,

Jesus gives us the good news of the Kingdom where everybody is summoned, regardless of one’s capacities. The time of

Advent is often one of the busiest times of the year for everyone. In this sermon Br. Matthew considers private

Whilst living in exile as a senior official of king Darius, Daniel remains in the service of another king, the

The Gospel prompts us to consider the kingdom of God as one of the many invisible forces existing within the

Our Lord's abundant and radical love for us should inspire us to do likewise for others. Gospel Reading: Luke 15:1-10 This homily

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