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The Weight of Glory

33rd 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.

Thirty-third Sunday of the Year. Fr Luke Doherty preaches on the parable of the talents. This week’s Gospel raises the issue

Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Gregory Murphy asks how, in a time of change, are we to

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Richard Conrad exhorts us to shelter and find refuge in the promise

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr David Goodill says that God nurtures his people, especially those who live

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year (C)  |  Fr John Farrell reflects on the divine gift of Hope and the call

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. fr Peter Hunter helps us to see how the purpose and meaning of life are

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Leon Pereira shows how we are given the choice of either to enter into

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Euan Marley reflects on the nature of permanence and change. Great buildings are like balloons

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr David McLean reflects upon the significance of Apocalyptic writings for our lives. Today’s gospel reading

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Ounsworth preaches on the parable of the talents. Like many priests, I am asked

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Hunter gives us some reassuring, but also challenging, words. 'It's not the end of the

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Leon Pereira is looking forward to the end of the world. In one of his last

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