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Station XV: Episode 158 — Capitol, COVID, Coadjutor, Chesterton

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The violent protests at the Capitol building in Washington, DC shocked the world, including many prominent Catholic leaders, as well as our panel. What does it all mean? Who was at fault? Anna, Don, James and Gavin seek to answer some of those questions, as well as some serious moral questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, and the advice of the New Zealand bishops. Staying in New Zealand, the Archdiocese of Wellington has a new Coadjutor Bishop, with Bishop Paul Martin SM getting the call from Pope Francis on New Year’s Day. The panel also discusses Pope Francis’ comments on worship, made on the Feast of the Epiphany, and if you’re looking for gifts for next Christmas, we might have a suggestion. Enjoy the show — and Happy New Year!

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Feast of the Epiphany

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“The Three Wise or Otherwise Men”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Feast of the Epiphany

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Feast of the Holy Family

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“Burnt Turkey and a Punch-Up. How was your Christmas?”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Feast of the Holy Family

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Midnight Mass, The Nativity of Our Lord

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“A very COVID Christmas”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his Midnight Mass homily for the Nativity of Our Lord.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

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“Fiat”: 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 Advent.

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Station XV: Episode 157 — Commission, Coronavirus, Cardinal, Christmas Card

The 15th Station podcast

In a year when COVID-19 has dominated people’s lives, it’s fitting that it features in the final episode of 2020. Pope Francis has warned that the pandemic shouldn’t be exploited for political point-scoring, but the panel concludes that the horse might have bolted on that front. The New Zealand Royal Commission into Abuse in Care has held its first hearings into faith-based organisations, and it hasn’t been easy listening (or reading). Anna, Don, James and Gavin also discuss the elevation of the first African-American to the College of Cardinals and his take on the new US President, before they mull over Pope Francis’ planned trip to Iraq next year. If that slate of topics hasn’t scandalised you enough, this Christmas card might 🙂 Wishing all our listeners a blessed and safe Christmas.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Third Sunday of Advent

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“Not Really Rejoicing”: 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 Advent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Second Sunday of Advent

Sermons from the Microphone

“Extensive Earthwork in Our Spiritual Lives”: 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 Advent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the First Sunday of Advent

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“Like a Kid at Christmas”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the First Sunday of Advent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Solemnity of Christ the King

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“You might want to pray after this”: Fr Anthony Trenwith, Administrator of Holy Family Parish in Kerikeri and Te Parihi o te Ngakau Tapu at Waitaruke, shares his homily for the Solemnity of Christ the King.

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