Homily Studio – Sunday 24 April 2022

Apr 17, 2022

Homily Studio
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Homily Studio – Sunday 24 April 2022
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Reflecting on the scriptures for the Second Sunday of Easter, Divine Mercy Sunday, April 24 are David Moxon, John Kinder, Rocio Figueroa and John Kleinsman. They join John O’Connor in today’s Homily studio podcast.

Click here to read the Scriptures for this Sunday.

1 Comment

  1. Doubting Thomas.
    I think Thomas must have had some serious setbacks in his life, some wounds that shattered his hopes and affected his faith. People quite often identify with someone who have had similar wounds in life as they have had. So Thomas was identifying with the Jesus of the Cross as he found this easier. Even people of faith find It very hard to move on sometimes to the Risen Christ – as Thomas did with his exclamation “ My Lord and My God”. They have to personally touch the wounded God in their life.

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