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Bishop Peter's homily - Chrism Mass 2015 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily at the Chrism Mass, 2nd April 2015

File size 18 K
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Date Tue 06/12/2018 @ 09:18
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EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's homily - Chrism Mass 2016 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached at the Chrism Mass, 24th March 2016, Northampton Cathedral

File size 30 K
Downloads 21
Date Mon 04/18/2016 @ 09:37
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Bishop Peter's Homily - Christian Unity Week 2016 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached in Christian Unity Week, 18th-25th January 2016

File size 21 K
Downloads 11
Date Mon 02/08/2016 @ 10:41
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EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's homily - End of year of Mercy, 12/13th Nov 2016 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached at the Masses for the Closing of the Holy Doors, Gerrards Cross 12th Nov and the Cathedral, 13th Nov. 

File size 28 K
Downloads 9
Date Mon 11/14/2016 @ 11:59
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's Homily - Immac. Concep'n 2017 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached at the Cathedral on the Patronal Feast of the Immaculate Conception, 8th December 2017, a week after the launch of the Year of Prayer and Vocation in the Diocese. 

File size 14 K
Downloads 5
Date Mon 01/22/2018 @ 09:17
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

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