Thirty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Fr Hugh’s Homily for 33rd Sunday

If you go into St. Peter’s in Rome, turn left and go past the memorial to the Stuart kings, on your left in an alcove you will find a statue to Pope Benedict XV, sometimes called as the ‘Unknown Pope.’  Benedict was elected on 3rd September 1914 just as the First World War was breaking out and very soon he realised what a disaster was unfolding.  In his first letter he says: ‘There is no limit to the measure of ruin and of slaughter, day by day the earth is drenched in blood and covered with bodies of the wounded and the slain.’  He used the first Christmas to plead for a cease-fire which was ignored by all the powers, as were his related requests for peace……

Complete Homily for Thirty Third Sunday

Readings for 33rd Sunday

Daily Prayers 33rd Sunday