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Twenty-sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Dermot Morrin preaches on the parable of the two sons. ‘What do you think?’ In

Twenty-fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Ombres preaches on the love that exceeds justice. On hearing or reading certain gospel

Twenty-fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr John Patrick Kenrick meditates on forgiveness. In our moral lives a readiness to forgive is

Twenty-third Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr preaches on the vital importance of community. Our society seems to admire the

Twenty-second Sunday of the Year. Fr Timothy Radcliffe is confident that God will never abandon us to mediocrity. St Peter confess

Twenty-first Sunday of the Year. Fr Luke Doherty preaches on the role of synods in leading us deeper into the

Twentieth Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Conrad suggests we allow Christ's words to provoke us. Today’s Gospel passage seems extremely

The Solemnity of the Assumption. Fr Samuel Burke preaches on the unique role of Our Lady in salvation. I’ve always been

Nineteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Gay invites us to seek God with faith in times of distress. The event

The Feast of the Transfiguration. Fr Toby Lees preaches on the importance of bodies. August is a month of holy days

Seventeenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Euan Marley ponders on everything under the sun. There is a statement that I sometimes

Sixteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Fr Robert Verrill preaches on the divine patience. There are many characteristics of ourselves as human

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