Ever wondered why St Peter said to the Lord at the Transfiguration, "Let's build three tents!" You'll hear the explanation in my homily podcast for the Second Sunday in Lent: You can subscribe to my weekly homilies free of charge at iTunes here.
My homily for the first Sunday in Lent draws attention to Jesus as a warrior engaged in conflict, pulls out extra meaning locked in Mark's gospel and identifies how we can best connect and join in the life of Christ. Remember you can sign up to receive my podcasts automatically from iTunes. Go here.
As I develop the podcast dimension of the new blog-website there will be some podcasts available free of charge, and some podcast series that will be reserved for the Donor-Subscribers. Each week my homily from Our Lady of the Rosary will be available here as a podcast. I hope you benefit from them and feel free [...]
This year I am going to try to load the podcast of my homilies here for all to listen to. The picture of me preaching is the "icon" for a homily podcast. This week's is my homily on the Magi for Epiphany. Not a difficult one! I discuss briefly who the Magi were, explain a little [...]
My homily this week reflects on our parish pilgrimage to Poland and witnesses to the heroism of Pope St John Paul the Great and St Faustina. Go here to listen to A Pope and Providence: Do Not Be Afraid!
You can listen here to my homily from Our Lady of the Rosary from last Sunday - the third Sunday in Lent. In the homily I discuss self righteousness and how wrong it is to be "right" and how right it is to be wrong. Go here to listen and share.
My Sunday homilies from Our Lady of the Rosary Church are now available as podcasts online for you to download listen and share. Go here for Sunday's homily for the Feast of the Epiphany which explains who the wise men were historically and reminds us of the gifts they (and we) bring to the Christ child.