Homilycast #328: Thursday of the IV week of Lent – Habemus Papam!

Here is the homily for today, recorded during the 9:00AM Mass at St. Joachim’s in Rockport.

You can hear all of my “homilycasts” by copying this URL:


and adding it to your favorite podcast client software. For instance, in iTunes, you would click on the “File” menu at the top of the screen and pick the tenth option, “Subscribe to podcast…” That makes a window pop up where you can paste the address I list above. You then click “OK”, and – depending on your default settings – you will get each new “homilycast” automatically!


About Matthew Green

I am a translator, origami artist/teacher, and photographer, a blogger, former philosophy professor, and I love to sing. You can see my photos on Flickr and buy prints of some of them on Fine Art America. You can find me on Instagram, Twitter (@mehjg), and in various and sundry other social media sites on the web.
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4 Responses to Homilycast #328: Thursday of the IV week of Lent – Habemus Papam!

  1. Claudio Mora says:

    Your homilies are always a source of inspiration and motivation. They are short! Just the way I like them. I listen every morning on my way to work, that way when we have Mass at noon I can make more sense of the readings. Thanks!

    • Thanks, Claudio! You have my mother to thank for the brevity of the homilies. She edited my homilies for a couple of years and taught me that short and to the point is usually best…

  2. Cory says:

    I never think that they are too long. Your homilies remind me a lot of some of my better college courses, when the professor would take what he could from the text and apply it to current events. Thank you. And hopefully see you on Sunday.

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