Sunday Homily Resources

Sunday Readings, in summary and in full (NRSV); plus sample homilies from various authors. If you can send me good stuff, I’ll use it here. For “Lectio Divina” reflections on the text of the Sunday readings please see http://www.tarsus.ie/page6/index.html (Fr. Kieran O’Mahony’s excellent Biblical Resources website).

Fr Pat Rogers cp, Mount Argus, Dublin.



22Oct 22 October. 29th Sunday in OT

22 October. 29th Sunday in OT

October 22nd, 2017
Saint John Paul II, Pope

We live in a very challenging pluralist world. Only the grace of God and the depth of our convictions can help faith to thrive in our society. But throughout history faith has survived in some …

29Oct 29 October. 30th Sunday in OT

29 October. 30th Sunday in OT

October 29th, 2017
Saint Colman, bishop

To love our neighbour as God does, prejudices based on race, religion or colour have to go. The Torah prompts a sense of fairness towards others, deeper than specific commandments. Jesus demonstrates a life of utterly unselfish …

05Nov 05 November 2017. 31st Sunday in OT

05 November 2017. 31st Sunday in OT

November 5th, 2017
Saint Martin de Porres

The Bible calls us to examine the fibre of our lives, to shake off hypocrisy and see the truth about ourselves, in God’s sight. Bishops and others in leadership have special need to be self-critical, for

12Nov 12 November 2017. 32nd Sunday in Ord Time

12 November 2017. 32nd Sunday in Ord Time

November 12th, 2017
Saint Josaphat

Christian Optimism: Everyone suffers sometime from bereavement, and some losses are especially hard to bear. But if we hope in the resurrection we need not grieve like others who have no hope. The quiet optimism shining through the




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