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Bishop Peter's homily - Jubilarians, June 2018 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached at the Jubilarians' Mass (including his own Golden Jubilee) on 8th June 2018 (Solemnity of the Sacred Heart - Northampton Cathedral) 

File size 19 K
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Date Tue 06/12/2018 @ 09:17
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's homily - Marriage celebration, April 2018 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily preached at the Marriage Celebration Mass, 14th April 2018, ( at Holy Family, Slough)

File size 16 K
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Date Tue 06/12/2018 @ 09:16
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's Homily at the Chrism Mass, 13th April 2017 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily at the Chrism Mass at Northampton Cathedral, 13th April 2017

File size 17 K
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Date Tue 10/01/2019 @ 04:48
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's homily for DHS - 27 May 2017 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily at a Mass of Thanksgiving for the Daughters of the Holy Spirit at Olney, 27th May 2017

File size 28 K
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Date Tue 10/01/2019 @ 04:48
Author Brin Dunsire
EMail brin@nrcdfinance.com

Bishop Peter's homily, Marriage Day, 14th Feb 2015 (WORD)

Bishop Peter's homily given at the Diocesan Day for Marriage and Family Life, 14th February 2015.

File size 30 K
Downloads 9
Date Mon 02/27/2017 @ 09:31
Author Administrator Account
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