Hi everyone!

We would like to invite everyone to write in to nominate a homily by Father Hanly that they would like to see featured again, giving brief reasons.

Homilies chosen would go into the This Week section of the website when we have a week without a homily.

The first opening will be tomorrow!

Please send suggestions to

We look forward to hearing from you!


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Patrick says:

    First of all, thank you kindly, Jane, for arranging the weekly recap of Fr. Denis’ homily.

    Although I have saved all the weekly publication for re-read, it is difficult for me to choose a “featured again” piece as they are all so very good!

    May I suggest simply to resume the weekly publication.

  2. Jane says:

    Hi Patrick,

    Don’t worry, we will go back to the regular weekly homilies the week after next.

    We introduced this idea as we did not have a homily for 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C, or for 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C, and we did not want to let down the people who come here every week to hear a homily by Father.

    Instead of choosing a repeat homily by ourselves, we thought it would be a lovely opportunity to invite people to nominate a homily by Father Hanly that they felt was important and that they wanted to bring to the attention of those who might have missed it.

    Mimi Fu, who was in Father Hanly’s last group of catechumens, wrote in and said:

    “‘True Tolerance’ really stood out, my favorite pick for today, Father really conveyed the deep message succinctly and clearly, only he can do that, delivering in such powerful way, yet with kindness and conviction.”

    So this week we are offering “True Tolerance,” Father’s beautiful homily for 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B, which was delivered on 27th September 2009.

    We will post this to all email followers at the usual time tonight, but in the meantime it can be found at or

    I hope you enjoy listening to it again. We’ve already had nice comments from people saying they were glad it was brought to their attention.

    But don’t worry, there are lots more homilies still to come, starting the week after next! Spread the word!


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