Indeed, some of the most memorable and moving homilies
we've heard have also been the briefest.
Jerome Secillano issued the reminder, after recalling the rather inappropriate gimmicks employed by some priests in their Simbang Gabi homilies
in the past.
He added that while the church prefers priests that would deliver homilies
that are interesting and relevant to people's lives, priests should not act like entertainers.
Any scholar coming to Augustine's homilies
must take into account the challenges presented by several articles published by Hubertus Drobner in Augustinian Studies in 2004, only one of which is listed in D.
Many other homilies
Yadin-Israel brands as vacuous, tautological, or meaningless turn out not to be so.
Through his homilies
, radio broadcasts and reports in the archdiocesan newspaper, every week Romero detailed the tortures, murders and disappearances, making sure that truth would not be the first casualty of war.
16) of Hildegard of Bingen's Expositiones evangeliorum, or homilies
on the Gospels.
Homiletics represents the theoretic analysis field of homilies
One of the pleasures of Pope Francis' honeymoon period as bishop of Rome has been the release of portions of his daily homilies
preached in chapel of the guesthouse where he has decided to live.
ON THE LAST COMPLETED PAGE (563) of a large collection of Old English homilies
in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College 162 (Rochester or Canterbury, beginning of the eleventh century), we find a piece entitled "In die depositionis beati Augustini Anglorum doctoris.
99), Paul Dovre presents a collection of homilies
delivered over twenty-five years as president of Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.
Language and style in Old English composite homilies