The Anointing of the Holy Spirit

In his homily from the 3rd Sunday in ordinary time, Fr Ken Barker MGL speaks about the anointing of the Holy Spirit that we received
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Letting God transform your life

In his homily for the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary time, Fr David Callaghan MGL shows how God wants to perform wonders with your life, if
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WHY IS JESUS ACCUSED OF BLASPHEMY? Mk 2:1-12

Jesus is accused of blasphemy by the scribes because they live in a world where there are certain “no –go” areas. One of these areas is that of the forgiveness of sins.  This is the domain of God alone and to enter is to blaspheme or dishonor the person of God. We know that Jesus was sent by the Father for the purpose of breaking down some of the artificial barriers that religion had placed between God and his people. Jesus wants us all to approach God with freedom and to dwell in his presence daily. The Jews had a very strict understanding of who and when was the right time to approach God and such must be done with great care and solemnity.

The freedom of the sons and daughters of God who have placed their faith in Jesus tells a totally different story – we speak of being in dialogue with God daily and seek every opportunity we can find to be close to him. We understand that Jesus has broken down the barriers set up by sin and human beings and thus we are offered a new opportunity to approach our Father in Heaven.

However, we must always be […]

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Baptism of the Lord

Homily by Fr Ken Barker MGL recorded last year at St Benedict’s, Canberra. For more information about the MGLs, go to www.mglpriestsandbrothers.org Listen Now
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