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21st Sunday of the Year

Torch provides a new Catholic homily each week written specially for this web site by Dominican friars, and read by followers worldwide. Read more.

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Conrad encourages us to face the challenges presented by the gift of the

Twenty-first Sunday of the Year. Fr Nicholas Crowe explains why the gift of the keys to Peter is a gift

Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Peter Hunter contrasts the infinitely wide-open love of God and the fickleness

Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Deacon Luke Doherty ponders the hard choices that must be made to take

Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Lawrence Lew reflects on God's providence in revealing to the Church the

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year | Fr John-Patrick Kenrick challenges our tendencies to become spiritual couch potatoes. These days far fewer

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr reflects on our tendency to create a comfortable god in place of

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. fr Richard Finn shows us the significance of St Peter's act of naming Jesus as

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Dominic Ryan goes, in spirit, with the pilgrims to World Youth Day in Madrid. Last

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr tells us that God welcomes the badly brought-up. Why does the Church get

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth preaches on our reaction to Christ's sermon on the Bread of

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley waxes lyrical on the ineffable. Let's begin with a poem by an American Benedictine

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