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Remembrance and Recollection

32nd Sunday of the Year

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Thirty-second Sunday of the Year. Fr David Rocks considers the example of the wise virgins. The whole business of remembrance is

Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Matthew Jarvis contemplates the end of death, and our Christian hope in

Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Richard Ounsworth calls us to renew our consecration to God as a

Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Aelred Connelly moves to a new Dominican community and reflects on how

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Allan White contrasts the security of the rich with the vulnerability of the poor

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr David Goodill urges us to see how through Jesus Christ our failures can be

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Fergus Kerr shows us two ways to see the story of the widow's might. As

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Haavar Simon Nilsen calls on us to long for Christ.In this Sunday's Gospel, we

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Conrad explores how God's people came to understand the fullness of our future

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Leo Edgar finds in the Gospel a challenge to the modern world. 'Jar of meal shall

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Dominic Ryan finds in today's Gospel a challenge to our ideas about hope. When I

Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Finn finds in Christ's death and resurrection a transforming 'Yes' to the generosity

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