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Mary Glowrey Lecture: Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli Mary Glowrey Lecture: Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli

Mary Glowrey Lecture: Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli

Wednesday 28 August 2019

Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli 
 
It occurs to me at this moment that it is a time not merely for experts and bureaucrats, but saints and scholars, poets and visionaries, healers and leaders in wisdom. We need people in the vineyard who toil diligently in the hard winter knowing there will be a warm summer.  Mary Glowrey, Servant of God, herself displayed these gifts, and we need the prayers of people like Mary as we give shape to an ethical vision in our work for the Gospel into the future. 

‘Doing the Camino’: where is God in the modern context of this age-old pilgrimage?

Thursday 29 August 2019

Kathy Moran, The Good Oil
 
Good Samaritan Oblate Kathy Moran reviews Camino Skies, a movie which follows the journey of a group of men and women as they walk the Camino de Santiago. Questions arise around the modern context of the pilgrimage, dealing with grief and the value of companionship.

Homily: Sunday 25 August

Sunday 25 August 2019

 Archbishop Peter A. Comensoli
 
Jesus did not let people get away with asking bad questions. That question Will there only be a few saved? was one such bad question. The Israelites were God’s chosen People. (They still are). But through the Prophets, God had revealed that only a ‘remanent’ of the Jewish People would be saved. There were, therefore, two groups amongst the Jewish people: ‘the chosen few’ and ‘the many others’. So, who belonged to which group was a big issue.
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