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Oct 18 - Homily: St Luke, Gentile Evangelist

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Fr. Joachim on the life of St. Luke and focuses on the fact that he was the only gentile Evangelist who did not meet Jesus but systematically gathered all the stories of those who did know him and recorded them in his gospel account. He was an eye witness to many of the events that he recorded in the Acts of the Apostles as he traveled with St. Paul. Ave Maria! Mass: St. Luke the Evangelist - Feast - Form: OF Readings:  1st: 2ti 4:9-17 Resp: psa 145:10-11, 12-13, 17-18 Gsp: luk 10:1-9 To Download Audio go to


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  1. TAbi Ben Tende
    2 years ago

    I love every thing about st Philomena. As a matter of facts, she is the patron saint of my mission station that is St Philomena Mission Station Batoh Numba village in Manyu Division South West Region Cameroon. On the day of her feast day celebration a Miracle happen which was Just no rains the whole day of which the period was rainy season and rain has been fallen the other days.
    My plead is that lovers of Saint Philomena in the world should try and assist this mission station so that miracle the whole area should be transform by saint Philomena

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