Fr Bernie Gilgun’s homily, November 9, 2007

posted by Mike on November 17th, 2007

This is a recording of a homily by Father Bernie Gilgun, from his weekly Mass at the Mustard Seed in Worcester, Massachusetts. Begins with some thoughts on the Basilica of St. John Lateran and the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and concludes with an explanation of why the Mustard Seed exists.

I think this is the best homily we’ve posted so far.

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Reading for November 9, 2007.


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