Homily for Trinity 13, John 6: 56-69
‘the sinner is at the heart of Christianity. No one understands Christianity as well as the sinner. No one, except the saint. And in principle, that is the same person’- Charles Péguy Continue reading Trinity 13 -where else could I go?
Homily for Trinity 12, John 6\; 51-58
God’s Love is on permanent repeat
Homily for Trinity 10, John 6: 24-35
‘Anyone who comes to me, will never go hungry’ Jesus
Homily for Trinity 9: John 6: 1-15
‘There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish. But what are they among so many?’
Homily for the feast of S. Mary Magdalene July 22nd.
There’s a religious brother I know who wanders around his monastery singing ‘If I ruled the world’ (he finds some of his brethren a trial). Continue reading Mary Magdalene – If I ruled the world