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Station XV: Episode 162 — Communion, Conscience, Cathedral, Careerism

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As debate rages in the US over the reception of Communion by some Catholic politicians, the panels weighs in on the hot-button topic. Anna, Don, James and Gavin also look at two major stories in New Zealand — the reluctance of medical workers to participate in euthanasia and the impending construction of a new cathedral in Christchurch. They also discuss Pope Francis’ words of wisdom to newly-ordained priests, although it seems to be good advice for all. It’s a shame a certain fashion designer wasn’t getting such good advice…

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Ascension of the Lord

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“But Wait, There’s More”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Ascension.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Sixth Sunday of Easter

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“You Use That Word Love”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Sixth Sunday of Easter.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Fifth Sunday of Easter

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“Becoming”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Fourth Sunday of Easter

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“One More”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Fourth Sunday of Easter.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Third Sunday of Easter

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“Terms and Conditions (Don’t) Apply?”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Third Sunday of Easter.

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Station XV: Episode 161 — Sorrow, Surety, Suffering, Shrine

The 15th Station podcast

New Zealand’s Royal Commission into abuse in care continues to dominate the Church’s agenda, with Cardinal John Dew issuing an apology on behalf of dioceses and religious orders. In Rome, there has been some clarity offered around the Church’s inability to bless same-sex unions, as well as a plea for greater openness to support people affected by environmental challenges. Back in New Zealand, the country will be re-dedicated to Our Lady Assumed into Heaven on her feast day this August, following a pilgrimage through the country. And in “entertainment news”, it appears the Borat sequel might have had a positive impact on one Christian community that was the butt of the mockumentary’s jokes. Another month, another journey around the Catholic world with Anna, Don, James and Gavin.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Second Sunday of Easter

Sermons from the Microphone

“What’s love got to do with it?”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Second Sunday of Easter.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Easter Sunday

Sermons from the Microphone

“Added On (for 2000 years)”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for Easter Sunday.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Palm Sunday

Sermons from the Microphone

“Theology of the Donkey”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for Palm Sunday.

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