Keeping up Appearances?

In this homily for the 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time, Fr David Callaghan reflects on out tendency to try and hide our real selves, even from God. He uses the example of blind Bartimaeus to demonstrate how Christ heals us when we approach Him in sincerity and humility.
By |October 29th, 2012|CRADIO, Homilies|Comments Off on Keeping up Appearances?

Luurve v Love

Fr Ken Barker MGL explores our call to sacrificial, life-giving love modelled in Christ in his homily for the 29th Sunday of Ordinary Time. Listen
By |October 24th, 2012|CRADIO, Homilies|Comments Off on Luurve v Love

Pub Talk: “When Beauty Hides no Longer: Exploring Grace, the Cross and the Glory of it all”

This is the podcast of a pub  talk I gave at “Truth on Tap”, in the Broken Bay Diocese earlier in the year.  You can listen to it at the XT3 website here:   You can also download the podcast from the XT3 site. The basic thrust of the talk is this: that faith is the […]
By |October 18th, 2012|chris ryan|Comments Off on Pub Talk: “When Beauty Hides no Longer: Exploring Grace, the Cross and the Glory of it all”

Living Radical Christianity

"We're constantly being called into something uncomfortable"; Fr David Callaghan MGL reflects on the rich young man from the Gospel reading for the 28th Sunday of Ordinary Time.
By |October 15th, 2012|CRADIO, Homilies|Comments Off on Living Radical Christianity