Podcasts

Food for Faith now offers three podcasts. You can scroll down to view all the latest episodes or click these links to view each individual podcast:

Lectio Divina - daily prayer with the scriptures

Homily Studio - weekly discussions on the sunday scriptures

Food for Faith - talks and reflections from fr john o'connor

Homily Studio – Sunday. 21 July 2024

Food for Faith Podcasts
Food for Faith Podcasts
Homily Studio - Sunday. 21 July 2024
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Join Victoria Raw, Jelvine Cortez & John Kleinsman reflecting on the scriptures for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Read this Sunday’s scriptures at this link.

John finished with the prayer known as St. Patrick’s Breastplate. You can find it at this link.

Sabbatical Update 15 July 2024

Food for Faith Podcasts
Food for Faith Podcasts
Sabbatical Update 15 July 2024
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Join Triona Doocey and John O’Connor in conversation giving an update on John’s Sabbatical.

In this 30 minute podcast you’ll hear about progress on the Fifth Gospel Project, with insights into John’s two months in the USA, his current time in Assisi Italy living in a Franciscan community, and his upcoming visit to the north of Italy.

 

Homily Studio – Sunday 14 July 2024

Food for Faith Podcasts
Food for Faith Podcasts
Homily Studio - Sunday 14 July 2024
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Join Maya Bernardo, Margaret Bearsley and Kate Kearins in conversation, reflecting on the scriptures for the Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

Read the scriptures for this Sunday at this link.

 

Latest Blog Posts

John on sabbatical

John on sabbatical

a podcast conversation with Triona Doocey asking some challenging questions about my sabbatical weeks.

sabbatical update

sabbatical update

I’m like Thomas. I need to experience Christ. Happy Feast Day to all of us who seek greater maturity of faith

growing up

growing up

Thomas was not doubting as much as seeking; he was expressing the desire of one who truly yearns for adult faith.

another way

another way

Surely the real mortality in our sin is not any particular action or omission itself, but what we do after we realise our sin

matariki

matariki

I have no doubt that God used the stars to shift my focus from my own failures and successes to the God I was seeking to follow.