Homilies by Liz Little

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BREAD AND ROSES

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  Last Wednesday was International Women’s Day; a day to remember women’s contribution to the advancement of humanity.  It was declared by the United Nations in 1975. It may surprise some to know that such a day has actually been around for more than 100 years.  The first women’s day was celebrated in the United […]

Women who Inspire

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  Some years ago, I read a book called Never tell me Never.  It is the story of Janine Shepherd.  She was training for the winter Olympics when she had a devastating motor accident.  She wasn’t expected to live, but she did survive.  She wasn’t expected to walk, but she did learn to walk again.  […]

Gender Equality and St Paul

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  Earlier this year we considered how our sacred scripture contributes to our concept of gender equality.  We looked at the Old Testament and at the Gospels.  Today I want to look at what the letters of St Paul have to say about gender equality.   A lot has been written about St Paul and […]