Homilies help unlock the scriptures. Hearing them again
may reinforce your personal understanding, also useful for Bible
"How can I [understand] unless someone
instructs me?" Acts 8:31
We are currently unable to record homilies however
there is a huge choice in this archive still
well worth listening to for Bible study (RCIA etc) and increasing scriptural understanding, for each
season of a liturgical year.
Content includes some pastoral letters, readings and music.
There are some excellent homily and
reflection external links in the green panel below.
2017-18 Year B
see note above. For inspiring and helpful
Year A homilies, see 2014-15 and 2011-12 below.
2016-17: Year A
(Matthew) see note above. For Year A homilies, see 2013-14 and 2010-11 below.
Content includes some pastoral letters, readings and music. 332
items currently available (+ additions
2015-16: Year C (Luke): Advent onwards some homilies not uploaded may be
available on request contact - feedback
2012-13 & 2009-10 are also year C. page links
2014-15 Year B (Mark): 76 items
available to listen again Advent to February 20
items \ Lent to
Corpus Christi 23 items \ 14th June to Christ the
King 33 items (nb 2011-12 is also year B. see
external links below for
2013-14 - Year
A (Matthew): 60 items
2013 to Lent 2014 & Easter
2014 onwards - ( nb 2010-11 is also year A )
2012-13 - Year C (Luke):- 92 items available
Advent 2012 to Lent 2013 | Lent to Pentecost | Trinity Sunday 2013 onwards
2011-12 - Year B (Mark):-
67 items available Advent |
Christmastide | Ordinary time(#1) | Christian Unity Service | Lent | Easter
to Pentecost | Trinity Sunday onwards,
ordinary time #2
- Year A (Matthew):-
22 available - liturgical year A, Advent 2010 to Feast of Christ
The King 2011
- Year C (Luke):- 3 available - liturgical
year C, Advent 2009 to Feast of Christ The King
- Year B (Mark):- 10 homilies from August to
November, liturgical year B, Advent 2008 to Feast of Christ The
Deep Archives: 2001 2
available - (Fr. Cormac Breathnach) on 'Temptation'
and 'Judgment ~ of others, & God's mercy' - from Lent
External links - read Pope Francis'
Homily at Inauguration
Mass of Petrine Ministry - 19th March
read Sermon at
Inauguration of Ministry of 105th Archbishop of Canterbury,
Justin Portal Welby - 21st March
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proclaim the good news to all creation" Mark 16:15 -|- "The
test of a preacher is that his congregation goes away saying, not,
"What a lovely sermon!" but, "I will do something!" ~ St. Francis
de Sales (1567-1622), Doctor of the Church; = "Go in peace to
glorify the Lord by your lives" - Mass
dismissal ; "We are the sermons the world is heeding." ~ Billy
Graham -|- "Preaching is thirty minutes in which to raise the
dead." ~ John Ruskin -|- "Preaching should break a hard heart and
heal a broken one." ~ John Newton -|- "It is no use walking
anywhere to preach unless we preach as we walk." ~ St. Francis of
Assisi -|- "To teach in order to lead others to faith is the task
of every preacher and of each believer." ~ St. Thomas Aquinas -|-
"Every sermon should be an agony of the soul, a passion to beget
Christ in the souls of men." ~ St.
John Chrysostom -|- Faith cometh by hearing....Romans
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'Do not despise these small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to
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