Volume 18, Issue 16
As a priest, I rarely have the opportunity of listening to another priest preach. However, on the odd occasions that chance has come my way, I have invariably been enriched by the experience. One of the best indicators of this enrichment is the fact that I carry the memory of what was said in particular sermons for years afterwards. One that came to mind recently was delivered by a priest from a religious order during a jubilee celebration many moons ago.