Brian Kilkelly Speaks
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As a practising barrister, our Assistant Priest is familiar with testing the limits of the rules when acting for his clients. But, he asks, “What purpose did The Lord intend by giving us laws?”
The Holy Family was hardly a “normal” family, yet its life holds lessons for our modern families.
John the Baptist was a prophet for his times – but he has much to offer us too.
One of this morning's readings has a twist in the tail which gives some insight into God's way of helping us handle distress.
This morning’s Gospel reading from Luke has our Assistant Priest pondering the relative merits of earthly riches and heavenly capital.
As we celebrate the feast of Pentecost, Our Assistant Priest ponders the apparently increasingly secular society in which we live – and finds cause for hope.
Saying goodbye can be sad, but as Christians we have a clear answer.
Not all of us are called to be priests, but we are all called to serve The Lord–one way or another.
The real importance of Lent is not in the superficial changes we make for the season – no matter how hard they may be – but in creating circumstances for a more fundamental change in our life.
Our Assistant Priest uses this morning’s reading from Luke’s Gospel to examine Bible passages which are not as they seem.
As we celebrate the Baptism of Our Lord, our Assistant Priest looks at what baptism meant for Christ, and what it means for us.
From Jesus’ family to our present day families to our Church families, Father Brian considers the nature of families and how we can ensure their happiness and success.
A look at the work of John the Baptist – a direct and plain preacher.
Father Brian looks at Our Lord’s leadership style and differences to those of earthly leaders.
Struck by this morning’s reading from Mark’s Gospel, Our Assistant Priest looks at the ways we can move from darkness into light.
Pondering today’s Gospel reading, Our Deacon considers the importance of togetherness in our Christian walk.
Our guest preacher – a Saint’s parishioner – looks at the essences of motherhood, how they appear in all of us and are fundamental to the Church.
A guest preacher considers the importance of the wilderness – physical or metaphorical – in our spiritual development.
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