Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Fr Hugh’s Homily for 33rd Sunday

Sometimes the horror of something, the grief, or our fear and distress, are so great that we cannot speak about it in ordinary language.  We have to find an image to try and express what we want to say.  Or possibly the only way to explain it to others is through small pictures that sum up what we are feeling.  Isaac Rosenberg, who was killed on 1st April 1918 in the trenches, in one of his poems he tries to express his horror by putting a rat and a poppy side by side.  For most of us the idea of living with rats is horrible, the poppy however is an image of wild beauty, but it is not so clear as that……

Complete Homily for 33rd Sunday

Readings for 33rd Sunday

Daily Prayers Week 33