Loving God by getting real

Just why is the greatest commandment the love of God and neighbour? Is there a link between the two? How does this look like on the ground? Fr. Dan Serratore breaks these questions open. <a href=”https://cradiomedia.podbean.com/mf/play/8x7e5e/MGL_Homily30thSunday17.mp3″>Download this episode (right click and save)</a>

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The banquet

We are called to share in the banquet which satisfies all desire. Fr Ken Barker MGL speaks about the relationship between mission and the Eucharist in this homily for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary time. This homily was presented at the end of the Young men of God Conference.

By |October 15th, 2017|Homilies|0 Comments

The violence in our hearts

The parable of the tenants in the vineyard reveals the violence in the human heart. Fr Chris Eaton MGL speaks about how Jesus wants to heal this violence with compassion. This homily for the 27th Sunday in ordinary time was recorded at St Benedict’s parish in Canberra. Download this episode (right click and save)

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The violence in our hearts

The parable of the tenants in the vineyard reveals the violence in the human heart. Fr Chris Eaton MGL speaks about how Jesus wants to heal this violence with compassion. This homily for the 27th Sunday in ordinary time was recorded at St Benedict’s parish in Canberra.

By |October 9th, 2017|Homilies|0 Comments

Richness through poverty

It seems counter-intuitive that true richness is found through the gate of our own poverty. Fr. Dan Serratore breaks open how the poverty of Christ sets this pattern for us when we meet our own spiritual poverty. <a href=”https://cradiomedia.podbean.com/mf/play/6i79e3/MGL_Homily26thSunday17.mp3″>Download this episode (right click and save)</a>

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Understanding God

Jesus presents us with a parable that doesn’t seem to make much sense. Fr David Lemewu breaks open the parable of the workers in the vineyard in this homily for the 25th Sunday in ordinary time.

By |September 25th, 2017|Homilies|0 Comments

Understanding God

Jesus presents us with a parable that doesn’t seem to make much sense. Fr David Lemewu breaks open the parable of the workers in the vineyard in this homily for the 25th Sunday in ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save)

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What does Christian love look like?

When Jesus calls us to love, he wants us to not just ‘keep the peace’ but have the courage to be a bit confronting in our relationships. Fr David Callaghan MGL speaks about the challenge to love as a Christian in our modern world in this homily for the 23rd Sunday in ordinary time. Download [...]

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What does Christian love look like?

When Jesus calls us to love, he wants us to not just ‘keep the peace’ but have the courage to be a bit confronting in our relationships. Fr David Callaghan MGL speaks about the challenge to love as a Christian in our modern world in this homily for the 23rd Sunday in ordinary time.

By |September 11th, 2017|Homilies|0 Comments

BEING A LIVING EXAMPLE Lk 4:16-30

Sometimes it can be difficult to make the right choices as to what to do in our lives because it means standing out from the crowd; because it means being different and choosing not to belong when this is the last thing that we want to do. I have every sympathy with this sort of reaction as I remember it all too well in my teenage years when I was faced with such decisions. Unfortunately, I cannot say that I made the right and heroic choice every time. There were times when I took a stand on a particular issue and there were others when I was lacking in courage and failed to take a stand and even participated in actions of which I am now ashamed as they were clearly just as wrong then as they are today.

It is not only as young people, teenagers etc, who are faced with these sorts of decisions. We come across them regularly until the day we die and stand before God in judgment. One of the things that seems to happen, though, is that once we begin to set our lives on a particular path, the decisions become easier a second or […]

By |September 4th, 2017|Daily Scripture|0 Comments