When God says that our sin is forgiven, he actually means that it now ceases…
Browsing: Homilies & Reflections
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.
Archbishop Julian Porteous on the wounds of Christ in light of the doubt of St Thomas, the writings of St John, and the Divine Mercy messages. This homily is for Divine Mercy Sunday (2nd Sunday of Easter).
God’s mercy is so undeserved and unexpected that it can overwhelm us. Fr Ken Barker…
Fr Michael Doody discusses the consequences of the historical truth of the Resurrection, and the love of God which is stronger than death. This homily is for Easter Sunday.
Fr Stefan Matuszek speaks about how the empty tomb is the manifestation of God’s victory over death. This homily is for Easter Sunday.