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29th 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-ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Bruno Clifton considers the prophecy of the suffering servant. For generations the liturgy has presented

Twenty-ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr John O'Connor contrasts Christian dedication to truth with the behaviour of politicians, ancient and

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr John Farrell reflects on the prayefulness that places us and our prayers

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Dermot Morrin on the amazement and fear that Jesus arouses in his

Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Timothy Radcliffe urges us to learn from the destitute and the victims

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year (C)  |  Fr Benjamin Earl shows how today’s scripture readings can help answer the question “why

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. fr Richard Ounsworth explains the basis of Christian mission. Today is World Mission Day. There are

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr David Goodill shows us a way of understanding Jesus' saying in regard to paying

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Harries shows us how prayer lies at the heart of all we do. Luke especially

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Leon shows how worldly status is unimportant to Jesus Christ, who came to save the

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Bruno Clifton offers a radical reading of Christ's saying on taxes to Caesar. Assyria and

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr John O'Connor invites us to commit to our prayers, and to try to see things

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