Fr Michael Doody explains that Jesus is the cornerstone which holds all things together, and that rejecting him leads to break down for the world. This homily is for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
Browsing: Homilies & Reflections
Archbishop Julian Porteous reflects on Good Shepherd Sunday by explaining four aspects of how a priest and deacon should be a good shepherd to his flock. This homily is for the 4th Sunday of Easter.
Fr Michael Doody shares lessons that he received on a recent pilgrimage on defeating the Devil, sin and darkness. This homily is for the 3rd Sunday of Easter.
Archbishop Julian Porteous speaks on Pope Francis’ Gaudete et Exsultate, explaining that the call to holiness is for all, the connection between prayer and action, and the reality of spiritual combat. This homily is for the 3rd Sunday of Easter.
When God says that our sin is forgiven, he actually means that it now ceases…
Bishop Robert Barron explains how themes of silence, love and self-sacrifice make horror film “A Quiet Place” the most unexpectedly religious film of the year.
Fr Stefan Matuszek explains why Divine Mercy is so important, and that mercy is the greatest form of God’s love. This homily is for Divine Mercy Sunday.