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).
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.
Archbishop Julian Porteous explores the strangeness of the Resurrection, and how Christians are to respond to the hope that the truth of the Resurrection provides. This homily is for Easter Sunday.
Archbishop Julian Porteous explains that Jesus embraced his mission and fate, an embrace his followers are called to imitate. This homily is for The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord (Good Friday).
Archbishop Julian Porteous preaches on Jesus’ final opportunity to be with His disciples, His washing of the disciples’ feet, and the institution of the Mass and the priesthood. This homily is for the Mass of the Lord’s Supper (Evening of Holy Thursday).