Archives for July, 2017

Fr. Keith’s homily for Sunday 9 July

Fr. Cantalamessa, who for many years was the preacher to the Pope and his household,  tells an amusing story from his childhood when after Sunday Mass people from the village would walk home with each other, and on reaching someone’s home it was customary for the person to invite others in to have lunch. But […]

Fr. Keith’s Homily for Sunday 2 July

One of the most wonderful stories to emerge from the Second World War was that of Viktor Frankl, a Jewish psychologist who was imprisoned in a concentration camp for several years. In the midst of the unbelievable oppression the prisoners suffered, which led many of them to mental breakdown, suicide or death from sheer exhaustion, […]