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Advent 2021 begins Year C: Luke

25th December 2021 - Christmas

read Fr. Philip's homily notes pdf: 'The Candle of Hope'

'Peace on Earth to People of Goodwill'

Read Fr. David's Meditation for Christmastide 2021

JANUARY 2022

1st January 2022 - ‘Mary, Mother of God’

speaker icon listen to Gospel and Homily by Canon David Annear at vigil Mass (7 mins, mp3)

Readings (Year C): 1st: Numbers 6:22-27. "The Lord bless and keep you; The Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious to you;  The Lord lift His countenance upon you and give you peace".

Psalm: 66(67):2-3,5,6,8. 2nd: Galatians 4:4-7. Gospel: Luke 2:16-21

2nd January 2022 - 2nd Sunday after the Nativity - and ‘Mary, Mother of God’ (1st Jan)

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Readings for Sunday (Year C): 1st: Ecclesiasticus 24:1-2. 8-12. Psalm: 147. 2nd: Ephesians 1:3-6. 15-18. Gospel: John 1:1-18.

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6th January 2022 - The Epiphany

speaker icon listen to Gospel and Homily by Fr. Philip (11 mins - mp3)

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speaker icon listen to Sung Evening Mass (edit 58.20 mins - mp3)

9th January 2022 - The Baptism of The Lord

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Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 40:1-5. 9-11. 8-12. Psalm: 103. 2nd: Titus 2:11-14; 3:4-7. Gospel: Luke 3:15-16. 21-22.

speaker icon From our library: The Baptism of the Lord - 2013 - Homily by Fr. Louis Rieunier, click to listen or download (8.05mins)

Acclamation: Mk 9:8 Alleluia, Alleluia! The Heavens opened and the Father's voice resounded: "This is My Son, the Beloved. Listen to Him." Alleluia

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16th January 2022 - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 62:1-5. 9-11. 8-12. Psalm: 95. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 12:4-11. Gospel: John 2:1-11. '...do whatever He tells you.'

23rd January 2022 - 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings (Year C): 1st: Nehemiah 8:2-6. 8-10. Psalm: 18. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 12:12-14. 27. Gospel: Luke 1:1-4. 4:14-2.

speaker icon From our library: 2nd Sunday OT 2013. Year C, Homily by Fr. Philip click to listen or download (14.02mins)

From our library: Of interest for Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 18-25th Jan: (1) The Churches Together In Penzance Area Christian Unity Service in Holy Family Parish Church, 22nd Jan 2012. Preacher: The Bishop of Truro, Tim Thornton; 'if we take prayer seriously, will the process of prayer allow the possibility of change ... structural unity, working together.'  listen to audio file listen or download mp3 audio (16:20 mins). (2): Read Bishop Mark's Homily at Hayle Churches Together service for close of Christian Unity week 2016

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30th January 2022 - 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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speaker icon listen to Fr. Philip - 11am Mass (14 mins - mp3)

Readings (Year C): 1st: Jeremiah 1:4-5. 17-19. Psalm: 70. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 12:31–13:1. Gospel: Luke 4:21-30.

external link: Watch Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video for 4th Sunday OT: Give away the Grace you've been given -

'Friends, Jesus tells us his messiahship is one of service, not self-interest. As sinners, we have a tendency to understand our religious lives in a self-interested way, but the grace God gives us is meant to be given away.' (15mins)

FEBRUARY

6th February 2022 - 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 6:1-8. Psalm: 137. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 15:1-11. Gospel: Luke 5:1-11.

13th February 2022 - 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings (Year C): 1st: Jeremiah 17:5-8. Psalm: 1. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 15:12. 16-20. Gospel: Luke 6:17. 20-26.

external links: Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video for 5th Sunday OT: The invasion of Grace (14mins) - 'Friends, the spiritual life begins with an invasion of grace out of God’s sheer, unmerited love. As we direct our lives toward this light, we become more aware of our sin. In acknowledging our sin and surrendering to grace, we are purified, and sent on mission as vehicles of his salvation for the rest of the world.'

Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video for 6th Sunday OT: To what does your heart belong? (14 mins) - 'Friends, when our heart belongs to anything in this world, we live in an empty and lifeless spiritual space. But when our heart belongs to the Lord, the rest of our life falls into right order around that center. Our readings this week raise a crucial question: To whom—or to what—does your heart belong?'

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20th February 2022 - 7th Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Readings (Year C): 1st: 1 Samuel 26:2. 7-9. 12-13. 22-23. Psalm: 102. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 15:45-49. Gospel: Luke 6:27-38.

27th February 2022 - 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: Ecclesiasticus 27:4-7 Psalm: 91. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 15:54-58. Gospel: Luke 6:39-45.

Ukraine: Bishop Mark's pastoral message for 27th February 2022: pdf or video (no homily from Fr. Philip today)

external link: Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video for 7th Sunday OT: Give as God Gives (13.5 mins) - 'Friends, whenever we give or receive a gift, we're always caught in a difficult rhythm of exchange and mutual obligation. The great exception to this rule is God, who is utterly gratuitous in his giving. But in Luke’s Sermon on the Plain, we are invited to share, by grace, in the very way that God exists and that God loves, giving to those in need without expecting anything in return.' external link: Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video for 8th Sunday OT: Beware of Blind Guides (12.5 mins) -'Friends, there are a lot of people claiming to be spiritual gurus, teachers, and guides today. But is the person to whom you’ve entrusted your life spiritually blind? Whom are you going to follow, and why? Toward the end of Luke’s Sermon on the Plain, Jesus—the definitive spiritual guide—offers us important lessons that help us discern our spiritual guides.'

"Peace, peace, peace and only peace! Peace must reign between God and man and also between men" - Our Lady to Medjugorje visionary Marija Pavlovic - June 26, 1981

March

6th March - 1st Sunday of Lent

Readings (Year C): 1st: Deuteronomy 26:4-10. Psalm: 90. 2nd: Romans 10:8-13. Gospel: Luke 4:1-13.

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13th March - 2nd Sunday of Lent

Readings (Year C): 1st: Genesis 15:5-12. 17-18. Psalm: 26. 2nd: Philippians 3:17–4:1. Gospel: Luke 9:28-36.

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20th March - 3rd Sunday of Lent

Readings (Year C): 1st: Exodus 3:1-8. 13-15. Psalm: 102. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 10:1-6. 10-12. Gospel: Luke 13:1-9.

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27th March - 4th Sunday of Lent

Readings (Year C): 1st: Joshua 5:9-12. Psalm: 33. 2nd: 2 Corinthians 5:17-21. 10-12. Gospel: Luke 15:1-3. 11-32.

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April

3rd April - 5th Sunday of Lent

Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 43:16-21. 13-15. Psalm: 125. 2nd: Philippians 3:8-14. Gospel: John 8:1-11.

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10th April - Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 50:4-7. Psalm: 21. 2nd: Philippians 2:6-11. Gospel: Luke 22:14–23:56.

no homily today see links below

External links: 1. Bishop Robert Barron's sermon video: The Master has need of it (13.45 mins) - 'In the Palm Sunday Gospel reading proclaimed before the procession, the Lord instructs two of his disciples to go into the village and untether a donkey. If there is any protest, they are to say, “The Master has need of it.” This is true of every baptized person: the Master has need of your gifts, of you, of the whole of your life. Once we understand this principle, everything is revolutionized—and we are liberated to be of service to Christ and his people.'

2. read Archdiocese of Southwark, Archbishop Wilson's homily for Palm Sunday Mass in St George's Cathedral

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An ancient homily for Holy Saturday - The Lord's descent into the underworld. Something strange is happening – there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence because the King is asleep. The earth trembled and is still because God has fallen asleep in the flesh and he has raised up all who have slept ever since the world began. God has died in the flesh and hell trembles with fear.
He has gone to search for our first parent, as for a lost sheep. Greatly desiring to visit those who live in darkness and in the shadow of death, he has gone to free from sorrow the captives Adam and Eve, he who is both God and the son of Eve. The Lord approached them bearing the cross, the weapon that had won him the victory. At the sight of him Adam, the first man he had created, struck his breast in terror and cried out to everyone: “My Lord be with you all.” Christ answered him: “And with your spirit.” He took him by the hand and raised him up, saying: “Awake, O sleeper, and rise from the dead, and Christ will give you light.”
   I am your God, who for your sake have become your son. Out of love for you and for your descendants I now by my own authority command all who are held in bondage to come forth, all who are in darkness to be enlightened, all who are sleeping to arise. I order you, O sleeper, to awake. I did not create you to be held a prisoner in hell. Rise from the dead, for I am the life of the dead. Rise up, work of my hands, you who were created in my image. Rise, let us leave this place, for you are in me and I am in you; together we form only one person and we cannot be separated. For your sake I, your God, became your son; I, the Lord, took the form of a slave; I, whose home is above the heavens, descended to the earth and beneath the earth. For your sake, for the sake of man, I became like a man without help, free among the dead. For the sake of you, who left a garden, I was betrayed to the Jews in a garden, and I was crucified in a garden.
   See on my face the spittle I received in order to restore to you the life I once breathed into you. See there the marks of the blows I received in order to refashion your warped nature in my image. On my back see the marks of the scourging I endured to remove the burden of sin that weighs upon your back. See my hands, nailed firmly to a tree, for you who once wickedly stretched out your hand to a tree.
   I slept on the cross and a sword pierced my side for you who slept in paradise and brought forth Eve from your side. My side has healed the pain in yours. My sleep will rouse you from your sleep in hell. The sword that pierced me has sheathed the sword that was turned against you.
Rise, let us leave this place. The enemy led you out of the earthly paradise. I will not restore you to that paradise, but I will enthrone you in heaven. I forbade you the tree that was only a symbol of life, but see, I who am life itself am now one with you. I appointed cherubim to guard you as slaves are guarded, but now I make them worship you as God. The throne formed by cherubim awaits you, its bearers swift and eager. The bridal chamber is adorned, the banquet is ready, the eternal dwelling places are prepared, the treasure houses of all good things lie open. The kingdom of heaven has been prepared for you from all eternity.  [via Catholic Charismatic Renewal England]

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17th April - Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord
Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 10:34. 37-43. Psalm: 117. 2nd: Colossians 3:1-4. Gospel: John 20:1-9.

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speaker icon listen to homily at 11am Mass (8.25 mins, mp3)

24 April - 'Divine Mercy' Sunday - 2nd of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 10:34. 37-43. Psalm: 117. 2nd: Colossians 3:1-4. Gospel: John 20:1-9.

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May

1st May - 3rd Sunday of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 5:27-32. 40-41. Psalm: 29. 2nd: Apocalypse 5:11-14. Gospel: John 21:1-19.

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8th May - 4th Sunday of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 13:14. 43-52. Psalm: 99. 2nd: Apocalypse 7:9. 14-17. Gospel: John 10:27-30.

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15th May - 5th Sunday of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 14:21-27. 43-52. Psalm: 144. 2nd: Apocalypse 21:1-5. Gospel: John 13:31-35.

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22nd May - 6th Sunday of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 15:1-2. 22-29. 43-52. Psalm: 66. 2nd: Apocalypse 21:10-14. 22-23. Gospel: John 14:23-29.

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26th May - Feast of The Ascension

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29th May - 7th Sunday of Easter

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 7:55-60. Psalm: 96. 2nd: Apocalypse 22:12-14. 16-17. 20. Gospel: John 17:20-26.

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June

5th June - Pentecost Sunday

Readings (Year C): 1st: Acts 2:1-11. Psalm: 103. 2nd: Romans 8:8-17. Gospel: John 14:15-16. 23-26.

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Pentecost page

12th June - Pentecost Sunday

Readings (Year C): 1st: Proverbs 8:22-31. Psalm: 8. 2nd: Romans 5:1-5. Gospel: John 16:12-15.

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19th June - Corpus Christi

Readings (Year C): 1st: Genesis 14:18-20. Psalm: 109. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 11:23-26. Gospel: Luke 9:11-17. 23-26.

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26th June - 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: 1 Kings 19:16. 19-21. Psalm: 15. 2nd: Galatians 5:1. 13-18. Gospel: Luke 9:51-62.

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29th June - St. Peter and St. Paul

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July

3rd July - 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 66:10-14. Psalm: 65. 2nd: Galatians 6:14-18. Gospel: Luke 10:1-12, 17-20.

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from our Library on 14th July 2013 - 15th Sunday OT-Year C,  Gospel: Luke 10:25-37 (The good Samaritan) read by visiting priest.

Homily by Fr. Philip, 'The demands of love are infinite' 11am Mass (12:00 mins) listen to audio file click to listen or download (4.13MB MP3)

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17th July - 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: Genesis 18:1-10. Psalm: 14. 2nd: Colossians 1:24-28. Gospel: Luke 10:38-42. (Martha and Mary)

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24th July - 17th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Genesis 18:20-32. Psalm: 137. 2nd: Colossians 2:12-14. Gospel: Luke 11:1-13. (Lord, teach us to pray)

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31st July - 18th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Ecclesiastes 1:2; 2:21-23. Psalm: 89. 2nd: Colossians 3:1-5. 9-11. Gospel: Luke 12:13-21. (the danger of riches and possessions)

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"Prayer is the raising of one's mind and heart to God or the requesting of good things from God." But when we pray, do we speak from the height of our pride and will, or "out of the depths" of a humble and contrite heart?  He who humbles himself will be exalted; humility is the foundation of prayer, Only when we humbly acknowledge that "we do not know how to pray as we ought," are we ready to receive freely the gift of prayer. "Man is a beggar before God." ~ Catechism of the Catholic Church 2559

August

7th August - 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: Wisdom 18:6-9. Psalm: 32(33):1,12,18-20,22. 2nd: Hebrews 11:1-2,8-19. Gospel: Luke 12:32-48.

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from our library 11th Aug 2013 for 19th week OT, Year C

listen to audio file click to listen or download homily by Fr. Philip, 'You need your lamps lit. God can use dark moments in our lives to stretch our vision; and advance in our unknowing. Don't be afraid'. (12:50 mins mp3)

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (14th Aug '22 in England & Wales) - from our library read Fr. Philip's homily notes for 15th August 2021

Readings: 1st: Apocalypse 11:19. 12:1-6. 10. Psalm: 44. 2nd: 1 Corinthians 15:20-26. Gospel: Luke 1:39-56.

21st August - 21st Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Isaiah 66:18-21. Psalm: 116. 2nd: Hebrews 12:5-7,11-13. Gospel: Luke 13:22-30.

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28th August - 22nd Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Ecclesiasticus 3:19-21,30-31. Psalm: 67. 2nd: Hebrews 12:18-19,22-24. Gospel: Luke 14:1,7-14.

listen to audio file listen / download homily by Fr. Philip --- read Fr. Philip's homily notes --- listen to audio file listen / download Mass (60 mins edit)

September

4th September - 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Readings (Year C): 1st: Wisdom 9:13-18. Psalm: 89:3-6,12-14,17. 2nd: Philemon 9-10,12-17. Gospel: Luke 14:25-33.

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11th September - 24th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Exodus 32:7-11,13-14. Psalm: 50:3-4,12-13,17,19. 2nd: 1 Timothy 1:12-17. Gospel: Luke 15:1-32.

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18th September - 25th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Amos 8:4-7. Psalm: 112:1-2,4-8.
2nd: 1 Timothy 2:1-8. Gospel: Luke 16:1-13.

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24th September, Mission Sunday appeal, no homily

October

2nd October - 27th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Habakkuk 1:2-3,2:2. Psalm: 94:1-2,6-9. 2nd: 2 Timothy 1:6-8,13-14. Gospel: Luke 17:5-10.

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9th October - 28th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: 2 Kings 5:14-17. Psalm: 97:1-4. 2nd: 2 Timothy 2:8-13. Gospel: Luke 17:11-19.

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16th October - 29th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Exodus 17:8-13. Psalm: 120. 2nd: 2 Timothy 3:14-4:2. Gospel: Luke 18:1-8..

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23rd October - 30th Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Ecclesiasticus 35:12-14, 16-19. Psalm: 33:2-3,17-19,23. 2nd: 2 Timothy 4:6-8,16-18. Gospel: Luke 18:9-14.

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November

Canon Philip writes in newsletter for Nov 30th 2022 - All Saints and All Souls: “Do you know who these people are, dressed in white robes?” In November we remember all those who have died and gone before us, marked with the sign of faith. Tuesday is All Saints day, so all the saints in heaven, and Wednesday is All Souls, all those still making their way into glory, the faithful departed.. We believe that the Church exists here on earth (the Church Militant) in purgatory (the Church Expectant, and remember purgatory is part of heaven, not hell) and in heaven (the Church Triumphant) We may be in three different ‘places’ but we are all part of the one mystical body of Christ. All Saints, celebrates all those who have journeyed along the same path as us, but are further ahead in heaven. Our readings on this day give us a glimpse of the reality of heaven. St Matthew speaks of the beautiful attitudes of those who will be given admittance. St John in his Letter reminds of the love the Father has, and continues to lavish upon us. In Apocalypse (Revelation) St John gives us a clear image. This book, the last in the Bible is unique amongst the books of the bible because it is the only one which hasn’t happened yet – all the others are historical, but this is prophetic telling us in signs and wondrous language what is to come. In his vision John tells us it was the Lord’s Day, and he is caught up with a vison of the worship of heaven. It is why so much of what we do at Mass is all there in this book, for the Mass is heaven on earth. So when John sees a great multitude in white robes, standing round the Throne of the Lamb, he is seeing us. If we stood where he is standing, and if our eyesight was good enough to pick out individual faces, we would be able to see ourselves (we pray) and all those we have known and loved, glorious in heaven at the end of time, standing around God’s throne.

This is the ultimate reality of our life’s journey, and a cause of our great rejoicing. Let us rejoice in his angels and saints. All Souls day we pray for our dead. In the same communion of Saints, we offer our prayers for the Holy Souls in purgatory, those who, in the words of Benedict XVI are in the inward process of transformation in which a person becomes capable of Christ. As St John Fisher (Bishop of Rochester, martyred 1535) said about the Holy Souls: ‘They are of the same faith hope and charity as us. They are partners in the same sacraments, but there are also the natural ties of affection, kinship and obligation, Every one of us has some of his or her friends and family there, therefore we must act like friends, let us be loving towards then now just as we claimed to love them when they were still with us here on earth.’

30th October and 6th November. listen to audio file Listen to past homilies from 2013 - for 31st and 32nd Sundays in OT Year C

1st Nov - All Saints, Gospel Matt 5:1-12 [Sermon on the Mount] listen to recordings from our library

 Nov 2011 Homily by Fr. Philip listen to audio file listen (8 mins) and Nov 2014 Homily by Fr. Philip listen to audio file listen (12 mins)

2nd Nov - All Souls

read homily by visiting priest Fr. Paul Andrew

6th November  - 32nd Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): Gospel: Luke 20:27-38

listen to audio file listen to homily by visiting priest Fr. Paul Andrew (10.45 mins)

13th November - 33rd Sunday in OT

Readings (Year C): 1st: Malachi 3:19-20. Psalm: 97:5-9. 2nd: 2 Thessalonians 3:7-12. Gospel: Luke 21:5-19.

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20th November - Christ The King

Readings (Year C): 1st: 2 Samuel 5:1-3. Psalm: 121:1-5. 2nd: Colossians 1:12-20. Gospel: Luke 23:35-43.

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Advent Year A Matthew

27th November - 1st Sunday of Advent

Readings (Year A): 1st: Is. 2:1-5. Psalm: 121:1-2,4-5,6-9. 2nd: Romans 13:11-14. Gospel: Matt 24:37-44.

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 icon 'new' animated 4th December - 2nd Sunday of Advent

“May the God of hope bring you such joy and peace in your faith that the power of the Holy Spirit will remove all bounds to hope.” Readings (Year A): 1st: Isaiah 11:1-10. Psalm: 71:1-2,7-8,12-13,17. 2nd: Romans 15:4-9. Gospel: Matthew 3:1-12. (Christ is the saviour of all men.)

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