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25th 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-fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr John Patrick Kenrick preaches on the immaturity of the world, even of Christ's disciples. Today’s

Twenty-fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Finn shows how the example of Christ enables us to overcome destructive envy. Most

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  | Fr Benjamin Earl urges us to be lavish with God's bountiful gifts given

Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Colin Carr urges us to consider the unlikeness of God to

Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Br Andrew Brookes invites us to rejoice in the awesome scale of God's

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year (C)  |  Fr Gregory Pearson examines the parable of the unjust steward and reminds us

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. fr Dermot Morrin explains how Jesus turns our notions of status upside down. “Who is the

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. fr Thomas Skeats describes how we grow through our participation in the generosity of God. A

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr John Farrell shows us how we are called to communicate the saving presence of Jesus

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Anthony Axe reflects on why we, like the disciples, are resistant to Christ's call

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Conrad draws out the social and economic implications of the parable of the

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Ounsworth insists that God and Mammon are not the leaders of two opposing

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