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By Way of the Cross

24th 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-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Ombres preaches on the transforming power of Christian discipleship. Today’s gospel is demanding. It

Twenty-fourth Sunday of the Year. Timothy Radcliffe wonders how we can forgive seventy-seven times. When we listen to the Scriptures, it

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Euan Marley looks at the free choice decisions we make to belong

Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Robert Gay grapples with the issue of human suffering, and sheds the

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

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year (C)  |  Fr Euan Marley focuses on a curious phrase found in the original Greek

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. fr Malcolm McMahon shows us how our identity is to be found in our relationship

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Aelred Connelly reflects on how our own little golden calves prevent us from rejoicing

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Gregory helps us to see how our faith and our actions relate to each

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Martin Ganeri invites us to see the bigger picture. In this chapter of St Matthew's Gospel

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Ombres wonders who is really lost, and who is really prodigal. The parable of

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Clarke suggests that the possibility of discipleship sets us apart from other animals. 'If anyone

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