Homily Studio – Sunday 10 October 2021

Oct 5, 2021

Homily Studio
Homily Studio
Homily Studio - Sunday 10 October 2021
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This week’s Food For Faith Homily Studio is a conversation between Kath Petrie, John Kleinsman, Maya Bernardo & John Kinder with John O’Connor.

You can read the scriptures for Sunday 10 October, 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, at this link.

6 Comments

  1. A master class. This would help homilists immensely.

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  2. Really appreciate these homily studio s, the diversity of participants, during these covid times, these are the sustenance of our Faith each week. Thankyou

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    • Amen thanks Father John and team for the wonderful reflection and for a better understanding of the word of the Gospel Amen

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  3. Wisdom comes from group discernment and sharing. Thanks for your reflections.

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  4. What a blessing to hear the group conversation, close the eyes for a change. Thank you all

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  5. Great to listen to this conversation, thanks.

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