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Homily notes: 2nd Sunday of Easter Year C, 28 April

17 Apr 2019 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

As the Father sent Jesus into the world so he now sends the disciples, to be in their turn and through their mutual love for one another, the embodiment of that same divine love.

Homily notes: Holy Week

10 Apr 2019 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

Homily notes for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and the Easter Vigil Mass.

Scripture reflections: ‘Christ, my hope, has risen!’

10 Apr 2019

On Easter Sunday (21 April) we arrive at the oldest of the Church’s Feast Days, and the pinnacle of the liturgical year: the wonder-filled celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Homily notes: Easter Sunday, Year C, 21 April 2019

10 Apr 2019 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

The ‘disciple whom Jesus loved’, who enters the empty tomb of Jesus and believes, is the representative for all of us – believers of subsequent generations.

Scripture reflections: Praying Holy Week 2019

10 Apr 2019

Scripture reflections for Monday, 15 April to Saturday, 20 April.

Scripture reflection: O Lord, do not leave me alone!

03 Apr 2019

Palm Sunday of the Passion of our Lord Year C, 14 April 2019.

Homily notes: Passion (Palm) Sunday Year C, 14 April

03 Apr 2019 | Brendan Byrne SJ

Jesus comes to Jerusalem (the ‘City of Peace’) but he brings it a peace that is different from that which prevails in a purely political sense.

Homily notes: Fifth Sunday of Lent Year C, 7 April 2019

27 Mar 2019 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

The readings this week, each in some way, reveal that the primary intent of God with respect to human beings is to set them free – to call them out of the various captivities in which they find themselves.

Scripture reflection: ‘Has no one condemned you? Neither do I condemn you.’

27 Mar 2019

Fifth Sunday in Lent Year C, 7 April 2019

Homily notes: Fourth Sunday of Lent Year C, 31 March 2019

20 Mar 2019 | Fr Brendan Byrne SJ

The Parable of the Lost (Prodigal) Son imposes a trajectory of “lostness” and “foundedness” over the more conventionally religious one of sin and forgiveness.

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