Homily Studio Sunday 12 September 2021

Sep 7, 2021

Homily Studio
Homily Studio
Homily Studio Sunday 12 September 2021
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David Moxon, Triona Doocey, Kath Petrie and Merv Duffy SM in conversation with John O’Connor, unpacking the scriptures for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time.  You can read the readings at this link.

And feel free to add your own thoughts in the “comments” section below.

 

San Damiano Crucifix, Assisi.

2 Comments

  1. From James McAuley’s poem ‘Jesus’:

    And people moved before him undisguised;
    He thrust his speech among them like a sword.
    And when a dove came to his hand he knew
    That hell was opening behind it’s wings.

    He thanked the messenger and let it go;
    Spoke to the dust, the fishes and the twelve
    As if they understood him equally,
    And told them nothing that they wished to know.

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  2. Amen thanks Father John and team Homilyreally have a better understanding of the reading and the Gospel reflection Amen God bless

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