Jun
14

Homily - 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 13 June 2021 The time between the start of Lent and the Feast of Corpus Christi has focused on the core Christian teachings. Now that we have ...
Jun
06

Homily - Corpus Christi - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 6 June 2021  Some people see the liturgical year of the church as a rich, if bewildering series of constantly changing emphases and colou...
Jun
01

Homily - Most Holy Trinity - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 30 May 2021  Since Easter, we have celebrated many liturgical feasts, all facets of our Christian faith. Today's celebration of the Most ...
May
24

Homily - Pentecost - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 23 May 2021  We have journeyed with the disciples of Jesus through the events of Holy Week and Easter, when Jesus left them on Good Frida...
May
16

Homily - Ascension - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 16 May 2021 This is the day for which Jesus had been preparing his disciples. For three years, they had walked in his footsteps, trusting that...
May
10

Homily - Sixth Sunday of Easter - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 9 May 2021  We are now just two weeks away from Pentecost. The Liturgy has invited us to meet the mystery of the Risen Christ. Then we we...
May
04

Homily - Fifth Sunday of Easter - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 2 May 2021 The theme of these Sundays after Easter has been how the young church should understand itself, after the Ascension of Jesus. We ha...
Apr
26

Homily - Good Shepherd Sunday - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 25 April 2021  On the Sundays since Easter, we have been focused on the message that the early church proclaimed about the death and resu...
Apr
26

Homily - Retreat to remember Sr Clare Crockett - Bishop McKeown

Good Shepherd Sunday, 25 April 2021  It is wonderful that people in the city and much further afield have been able to share in this festival of ...
Apr
12

Homily - Divine Mercy Sunday 2021 - Bishop McKeown

Sunday, 11 April 2021  Those first days after the Resurrection of Jesus were tumultuous. Something was happening that the early disciples could n...