Homily Studio – Sunday 17 July 2022

Jul 10, 2022

Homily Studio
Homily Studio
Homily Studio - Sunday 17 July 2022
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In this week’s Homily Studio David Moxon, Cynthia Piper, and Maya Bernardo are in conversation with John O’Connor reflecting on the scriptures for the Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time.

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David quotes from a Rublev reflection which you can find at this link. The quotation is found under “The Colours” heading.

2 Comments

  1. The scripture I think is about the role of women as disciple not about whose cooking dinner. Mary took her rightful place as a disciple of Jesus Martha fretted with confirming her place in society. It is not about prayer and or action. To act Mary and Martha both needing to be Jesus disciples.

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  2. help usLord , help us..to cultivate a Mary heart in this Martha world..Amen…
    Thank you Lord, for another opportunity to listen to your word..

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