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Dec 2018 '18
6th

Second Sunday of Advent - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Chukwudi Chinaka

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Chukwudi Chinaka for the Second Sunday of Advent 2018. "We cannot pretend that we do not know the awesomeness that comes with Christmas."
Nov 2018 '18
30th

First Sunday of Advent - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Denis Scanlan

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Denis Scanlan for the First Sunday of Advent 2018. "So, as people of hope, we are the ones sent by Jesus to break down barriers and restore God's peace."
Nov 2018 '18
23rd

Feast of Christ the King - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Peter Dillon

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Peter Dillon for the Feast of Christ the King 2018. "Now while earthly rulers load heavy burdens on their subjects, here we have a king who, on the contrary, carried his people's burdens upon himself."
Nov 2018 '18
16th

Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Dan Redhead

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Dan Redhead for the Thirty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "Jesus' sacrifice, is far more efficacious then all the combined Temple sacrifices ever offered, for the Calvary event - the Easter event...
Nov 2018 '18
8th

Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Isidore Enyinnaya

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Isidore Enyinnaya for the Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "That does not mean we forgo planning and budgeting, but it means we trust God and go beyond our budget in exercising our faith...
Nov 2018 '18
2nd

Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr John Echewodo

Two-Minute Homily by Fr John Echewodo for the Thirty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "Jesus believes that love of God and love of neighbour are both inseparable. We cannot have one without the other."
Oct 2018 '18
26th

Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Dcn Gary Stone

Two-Minute Homily by Dcn Gary Stone for the Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "We need to have the courage to ask God for what we need, even if our circumstances seem overwhelming."
Oct 2018 '18
18th

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Anthony Mellor

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Anthony Mellor for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "...It doesn't matter whether it is two thousand years ago or two months ago, this is a recurring tale of blind ambition and human squabbling."
Oct 2018 '18
12th

Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Nigel Sequeira

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Nigel Sequeira for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "There is something within us that has a longing for eternal life. What happens to us after death? What awaits us?"
Oct 2018 '18
5th

Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Odinaka Nwadike

Two-minute Homily by Fr Odinaka Nwadike for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "Human beings are social by nature. Of ourselves we are incomplete. We need others to exist."
Sep 2018 '18
29th

Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Wrex Woolnough

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Wrex Woolnough for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "And so we create divisions not just in our world, but among ourselves as Christians. But, let's face it: Who is not one of us?"
Sep 2018 '18
21st

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Dan Redhead

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Dan Redhead for the Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "... for God is very active in our lives because he loves us and the kudos for much of what we achieve as individuals, is due to God."
Sep 2018 '18
14th

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr John Echewodo

Two-Minute Homily by Fr John Echewodo for the Twenty-Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "As Christians, our faith must be one of personal discovery. It cannot just be based on hearsay or just on what mum and dad have told us."
Sep 2018 '18
7th

Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Trevor Trotter

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Trevor Trotter for the Twenty-Third Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "By acting like God we not only become better people we also become more like God."
Aug 2018 '18
31st

Twenty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Lucius Edomobi

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Lucius Edomobi for the Twenty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "...we can choose to become faithful and authentic followers of Christ by lovingly obeying God's commandments and allowing our hearts...
Aug 2018 '18
24th

Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Marty Larsen

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Marty Larsen for the Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "God is calling you. You need to find a way to listen, and to listen deeply."
Aug 2018 '18
17th

Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Bryan Roe

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Bryan Roe for the Twentieth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "For the Spiritual person, who believes in the Christian God, 'Zoe' is true life; life lived abundantly, that is life with God."
Aug 2018 '18
10th

Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Stanley Orji

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Stanley Orji for the Nineteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "Why eat spiritual junk food if you want health and full life from the Living one, who is the Bread of Life?"
Aug 2018 '18
3rd

Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Dcn Mike Jones

Two-Minute Homily by Dcn Mike Jones for the Eighteenth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "Often in his preaching Christ used images of food, particularly bread, to emphasise our need for spiritual as well as physical nourishment."
Jul 2018 '18
27th

Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr Terry Nueva

Two-Minute Homily by Fr Terry Nueva for the Seventeenth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2018. "...the story speaks of the Christian duty of caring for the hungry and sharing our resources with the needy."
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