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Homily for The 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C By drawing on the catechism and St Thomas Aquinas, Fr Michael explains the power of the apostle’s prayer in this week’s gospel to “Increase Our Faith” (Lk 17:5). Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Lee…
 
Call it sloth or call it ‘millennial syndrome’, this problem of sorting out priorities and doing the best thing at the best time has been around for a while, and Dr Matthew Tan has been tracking it through history from the Desert Fathers’ reflections in the 3rd century AD up to the current-day frazzled uni student. So, is your work life not quite i…
 
Giovanni Portelli is a larger than life photographer who amongst other things, works with the Catholic Weekly and has his own professional photography business. Miguel Zaragoza is the Creative Content Coordinator for Parousia, and has worked with Catholic film media for many years. Mark Griffin, Operations Manager at Parousia sits down with Giovann…
 
Homily for The 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Fr Doody speaks about the cataclysmic event of the fall of man from grace in the garden in Genesis and warns us of the errors of universalism. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Leeds and the Vocation…
 
Homily for The 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C This week’s gospel tells us that heaven rejoices more over one repentant sinner than over 99 virtuous men with no need for repentance. Through the parable of the prodigal son, we see that the older son is representative of these 99. Jesus is warning us of having merely the appearance of real virtue…
 
One of the greatest tragedies in the Church today is that an increasingly large number of Catholics who attend mass every Sunday do not really believe that the Eucharist is truly the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ. In this talk from the 2019 Immaculata Mission School, Fr Anthony Mary inspires us to love deeper the Holy Sacrifice of …
 
Homily for The 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C The gospel this week tells us that we must hate our father and mother to be disciples of Jesus Christ. Fr Michael Doody unpacks this jarring statement of Our Lord, explaining that if we want to follow Christ, we must do it without reserve, preferring nothing to Him. Download this episode (right cli…
 
Homily for The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Pride, the deadliest sin, and humility, it’s corresponding virtue, are the focus of this week’s readings. Father Michael expounds upon why we must foster the virtue of humility and flee from the vice of pride, drawing on the words of Our Lord in today’s gospel. Download this episode (right click an…
 
Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers – known around the world as the “Dynamic Deacon” – is one of the most sought-after speakers in the Church today. He is a powerful and passionate evangelist and preacher whose no-nonsense approach to living and proclaiming the Catholic faith is sure to challenge and inspire those who hear him. Mark Griffin, Operations Mana…
 
Jesus says that many people will try to enter into heaven, but most of them will miss out. Fr Dave Callaghan MGL suggests in this homily that they fail to reach their destination because their starting point is completely wrong. This homily was recorded on the 18th Sunday in Ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you …
 
Jesus says that many people will try to enter into heaven, but most of them will miss out. Fr Dave Callaghan MGL suggests in this homily that they fail to reach their destination because their starting point is completely wrong. This homily was recorded on the 18th Sunday in Ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you …
 
Paul Elarde helps us to gain a greater understanding of the Holy Sacrifice of The Mass through explaining its scriptural basis and strengthens our faith by telling us about some Eucharistic miracles. Download this episode (right click and save) The Immaculata Mission School 2019 was hosted by the Immaculata Community at The Glennie School in Toowoo…
 
Homily for The 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Fr Michael explains that the disposition of our hearts can drastically change the way we receive the words of Christ, and that we must have a true perception of ourself and acknowledge our flaws before we are able to accept Christ. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is th…
 
In this talk from the Immaculata Mission School 2019, Fr Anthony Mary speaks about the beauty of the soul of Our Blessed Mother, and how Mary’s existence is a constant glorification of God. Download this episode (right click and save) The Immaculata Mission School 2019 was hosted by the Immaculata Community at The Glennie School in Toowoomba, Queen…
 
Homily for The 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Fr Michael speaks about the responsibility that comes along with saying that you believe in God. We should take seriously the virtue of faith and always pray for God to increase that virtue within us. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine…
 
In this talk from the Immaculata Mission School 2019, Archbishop Julian Porteous speaks about what it means to follow Jesus Christ and to give our whole selves to him in a spirit of docility to the Divine Will. Download this episode (right click and save) The Immaculata Mission School 2019 was hosted by the Immaculata Community at The Glennie Schoo…
 
We often feel that we cannot follow God because we do not have the strength. Fr Chris Eaton says that we do not have to worry about the future if we trust that God will provide for us. This homily was recorded on the 18th Sunday in Ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to th…
 
We often feel that we cannot follow God because we do not have the strength. Fr Chris Eaton says that we do not have to worry about the future if we trust that God will provide for us. This homily was recorded on the 18th Sunday in Ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to th…
 
Monica Doumit explains the Catholic position on the topical life issues of abortion and euthanasia. She explains that in order to defend our views we need to educate ourselves and not trust everything the media tells us. To be truly pro-life is to show reverence and love for every person, and the life of every person. Download this episode (right c…
 
Homily for The 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Fr Michael speaks about the importance of persistence in prayer, and how this persistence reveals the enduring desires of our heart. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Leeds and the Vocations Director…
 
Divorce. Birth Control. Abortion. Single mothers. Absent fathers. These are but a few of the factors challenging the integrity of Family in the west today. Father Pacwa examines the destruction of marriages and families that occurs as Biblical standards are increasingly ignored and the effect that has on society. What can we do to save today’s fami…
 
Homily for The 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C The Way of Saints Every aspect of the life of the saint is directed toward Jesus Christ. We must prayerfully discern where our focus is at all times. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Leeds and the V…
 
Charbel Raish sits down with Mike and Alicia Hernan from the Messy Family Project podcast and gets to know more about them and their valuable ministry. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Interviews podcast on iTunes. Like, follow, share and subscribe to us on Facebook, Twi…
 
“And thus, all Israel will be saved” Romans 11:26 Many people think of St Thomas Aquinas as primarily a philosopher and a theologian. However, St Thomas’ main area of study and teaching was Sacred Scripture. In this talk recorded at the 2019 Aquinas Symposium, Br Reginald Chua OP unwraps what St Thomas has to say on Romans 11:26 “And thus, all Isra…
 
Fr Thomas Azzi OP gives an overview of the life and thought of St Thomas Aquinas at this first talk of the Aquinas Symposium 2019. Download this episode (right click and save) The Aquinas Symposium 2017 was hosted by the Dominican Friars Australiasia at the University of Notre Dame Australia. The post St Thomas Aquinas: An Introduction appeared fir…
 
Homily for The Feast of Corpus Christi 2019 Fr Michael Doody speaks on the great importance of spending time in Eucharistic adoration on this feast of the Most Holy Body of Christ. Download this episode (right click and save) The images used for this podcast come from Corpus Christi Watershed. Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine o…
 
Cradio’s Roland McGready speaks to three recipients of the Catenian Bursary Fund’s individual project grant. They speak about their time on mission in Thailand and how this has affected their development in the life of faith. Download this episode. (Right click and save) To find out more about the Catenian Bursary Fund, visit www.catenianbursary.co…
 
Homily for The Feast of The Most Holy Trinity 2019 Fr Michael Doody preaches on the mystery of The Most Holy Trinity – commenting on how The Trinity is revealed through creation and the human person. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Leeds and the Vo…
 
Homily for Pentecost Sunday 2019 Fr Michael Doody compares the apostles preaching after Pentecost with the tower of Babel, and explains the message behind the imagery of wind and fire. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehills, Leeds and the Vocations Directo…
 
In this talk, Fr Dave Callaghan explains how the lay vocation is meant to subvert the current reality and build a new world. Download this episode (right click and save) This talk was given at the UTS Catholic Society start of year retreat. To find out more about the University Chaplaincies, click here. Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice…
 
In this talk, Fr Dave Callaghan explains why we need an eternal vision to make sense of the chaos. Download this episode (right click and save) This talk was given at the UTS Catholic Society start of year retreat. To find out more about the University Chaplaincies, click here. Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Homi…
 
If we are able to encounter the truth of the cross, it changes how we see ourselves. In this Homily for Good Friday, Fr Chris Eaton MGL says that Jesus wants us to know ourselves as the ‘beloved’ of God. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Homilies podcast on iTunes. Like, …
 
If we are able to encounter the truth of the cross, it changes how we see ourselves. In this Homily for Good Friday, Fr Chris Eaton MGL says that Jesus wants us to know ourselves as the ‘beloved’ of God. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Homilies podcast on iTunes. Like, …
 
Jesus pours out his love upon us as he humbles himself to wash our feet. As we enter into the mystery of God’s mercy on Holy Thursday, Fr David Callaghan MGL reflects on why it is so difficult for us to receive this gift of Christ’s mercy. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradi…
 
Jesus pours out his love upon us as he humbles himself to wash our feet. As we enter into the mystery of God’s mercy on Holy Thursday, Fr David Callaghan MGL reflects on why it is so difficult for us to receive this gift of Christ’s mercy. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradi…
 
Beauty will save the world. In this talk, Fr Dave Callaghan explains how the Christian vision of practical love challenges the secular view of identity. Download this episode (right click and save) This talk was given at the UTS Catholic Society start of year retreat. To find out more about the University Chaplaincies, click here. Like what you hea…
 
Director of Cradio Charbel Raish speaks to some longtime members of the Catenian Association to discover more about their organisation. Download this episode. (Right click and save) To find out more about the Catenians, visit their website at The Catenians Association Australia. Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Int…
 
“What hast thou that thou hast not received?” 1 Corinthians 4:7 “A Catholic deprived of his rightful inheritance of culture and liturgy is living a sub-optimal life, suffering from the spiritual distress of orphanhood and the malody of amnesia.” Dr Peter Kwasniewski This talk presented by Dr Peter Kwasniewski highlights the importance of culture an…
 
It is life but not as we know it. In this talk, Fr Dave Callaghan explains the difference between Christianity and secularism. Download this episode (right click and save) This talk was given at the UTS Catholic Society start of year retreat. To find out more about the University Chaplaincies, click here. Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a ni…
 
The Irish have a saying that there are some places on earth where the veil between heaven and earth is very thin. Fr Chris Eaton MGL speaks about the mystery of the Transfiguration and the way that it reveals the presence of God to us in our ordinary life in this homily for the 2nd Sunday in Lent. Download this episode (right click and save) Like w…
 
The Irish have a saying that there are some places on earth where the veil between heaven and earth is very thin. Fr Chris Eaton MGL speaks about the mystery of the Transfiguration and the way that it reveals the presence of God to us in our ordinary life in this homily for the 2nd Sunday in Lent. Download this episode (right click and save) Like w…
 
In the story of David and Saul we see an example of true mercy and love. In this homily for the 7th Sunday in Ordinary time, Fr David Callaghan MGL says that this is an image for us of the love that Christ has for us and the love that we are called to have for others. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and gi…
 
In the story of David and Saul we see an example of true mercy and love. In this homily for the 7th Sunday in Ordinary time, Fr David Callaghan MGL says that this is an image for us of the love that Christ has for us and the love that we are called to have for others. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and gi…
 
The greatest challenge of our faith is to learn how to trust God. Fr Ken Barker MGL speaks about how trust in God is the secret to finding true peace in our life in this homily for the 6th Sunday in ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Homilies podcast on iTun…
 
The greatest challenge of our faith is to learn how to trust God. Fr Ken Barker MGL speaks about how trust in God is the secret to finding true peace in our life in this homily for the 6th Sunday in ordinary time. Download this episode (right click and save) Like what you hear? Subscribe and give a nice rating to the Cradio Homilies podcast on iTun…
 
Homily for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C Fr Michael Doody preaches on the dilemma we face if we are entrenched in Sin, and how it gets in the way of our ability to cooperate with God in listening to his voice. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury parish in Harehill…
 
Down through the ages, the Lord has been crying out the words that he spoke to Isaiah, “whom shall I send?” Fr Ken Barker MGL calls us to make the same response of complete submission to God in this homily for the 5th Sunday in ordinary time. This homily was recorded at St Benedict’s Parish in a special celebration to welcome one of the MGL sisters…
 
Down through the ages, the Lord has been crying out the words that he spoke to Isaiah, “whom shall I send?” Fr Ken Barker MGL calls us to make the same response of complete submission to God in this homily for the 5th Sunday in ordinary time. This homily was recorded at St Benedict’s Parish in a special celebration to welcome one of the MGL sisters…
 
What happened in the Church and the World in 1968? Theologian Professor Tracey Rowland’s talk describes the 50 year and ongoing “war of position” mounted against the Church and its teachings since the 1968 student riots in Paris. It is discussed in the context of the political violence, social turmoil and experimentation with Eastern forms of relig…
 
Homily for the 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year C This Sunday’s reading from St Paul’s letter to the Corinthians provides a very good way to examine your conscience. We must ask ourselves whether love is at the heart of our actions. Download this episode (right click and save) Fr Michael Doody is the parish priest of St Augustine of Canterbury pari…
 
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