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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for Easter Sunday

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“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

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“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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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Lent

Sermons from the Microphone

“A Love Story About Suffering”: 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 Lent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Fourth Sunday of Lent

Sermons from the Microphone

“The End of the World…. Sort Of”: 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 Lent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Third Sunday of Lent

Sermons from the Microphone

“Issues with Authority”: 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 Lent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the Second Sunday of Lent

Sermons from the Microphone

“Abraham’s Awkward Family Moment”: 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 Lent.

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Fr Anthony Trenwith — Homily for the First Sunday in Lent

Sermons from the Microphone

“Rude Awakenings”: 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 in Lent.

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Station XV: Episode 148 — COVID, Cardinal, Celebration, Commemoration

The 15th Station podcast

The news has been coming thick and fast on the COVID-19 pandemic, including as it relates to Masses and other public gatherings. Anna, Don, Gavin and James try to keep up with it all in this month’s episode. They also look at what happened at the High Court of Australia last week with Cardinal Pell’s attempt to overturn his sexual abuse convictions. In happier news, a new Auxiliary Bishop of Auckland has been ordained, with his deacon father assisting at the Mass — a rare occurrence indeed. Elsewhere in New Zealand, the first anniversary of the Christchurch mosque shooting has been marked. All that, plus some Lenten advice, on this show.

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Station XV: Episode 137 — Future Church, future leaders, future laws, future Easter

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It’s Holy Week, and the panel reflects on Pope Francis’ call for Catholics to be humble in their lives and to know when it’s appropriate to keep silent. Campaigners against euthanasia in New Zealand have certainly not been quiet as they seek to bring an end to efforts to legislate for the practice. Back in Rome, Pope Francis has written to young people and given them encouragement to embrace the faith, something Cardinal John Dew is trying to do in Wellington as the Church goes through some significant changes. The non-robotic group of Anna, Don, James and Gavin usher you through those topics and more.

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Station XV: Episode 136 — Sentence, Summit, Sacrifice and Signature

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The conviction and sentencing of Australian Cardinal George Pell dominates this month’s episode, with Anna, Don, James and Gavin grappling with the complexities of the case and a range of emotions. The show also looks at the Vatican summit on child protection and the Pope’s Lenten message for 2019. The panel considers the dearth of “local” vocations to the priesthood in New Zealand and wonders what to make of Donald Trump signing Bibles in Alabama. Spanning the globe and a broad range of topics on this month’s 15th Station.