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Lent - 4th Sunday (Laetare)

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Fourth Sunday of Lent. Fr Oliver Keenan preaches on the importance of prepositions. The Gospel points back to the time of

Fourth Sunday of Lent (A)  |  Fr Robert Ombres considers Christ as the Light who helps us to see in dark times. There

Fourth Sunday of Lent  |  Fr Timothy Radcliffe helps us to see the goodness of creation in our fellow 'earthlings' The

Fourth Sunday of Lent (B)  |  Fr Richard Conrad guides us to examine ourselves, and asks if today's decline in

Fourth Sunday of Lent (A)  |  Fr Robert Gay calls us to rejoice in the gift of faith that enables

Fourth Sunday of Lent. fr Andrew Brookes reflects on the relationship between justice and mercy. What is today’s Gospel parable really

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Benjamin Earl helps us to see how the Christian life is a life

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Peter Hunter reflects upon the nature of suffering. There is something deeply mysterious about suffering.

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Robert Ombres helps us to envision how we can see our own lives

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Duncan Campbell reminds us why we have crucifixes. In this Gospel we have Jesus

Fourth Sunday of Lent. Fr Aelred Connelly shares with us the lessons he learned from his parents. I am writing this

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Jonathan Fleetwood finds good and bad in the two sons of today's parable. Today's Gospel

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