During the coronavirus crisis, it seemed a good idea to record some lectures on the Sunday Gospel. (Occasionally the First or Second Reading may take the place of the Gospel.)

To access each lecture, it should be sufficient to click on each biblical reference below.

YouTube Channel

Lent 2B21
Lent 1B21

Sunday 06B21
Mark 1:40-45
Sunday 05B21
Mark 1:29-39
Sunday 04B21
Mark 1:21-18
Sunday 03B21
Mark 1:14-20
Sunday 02B21
John 1:35-42

Advent 04B20
2 Samuel/Romans/Luke
Advent 03B20
Advent 02B20
Advent 01B20

Sunday 34A20
Matthew 25:31-46
Sunday 33A20
Matthew 25:14-30
Sunday 32A20
Matthew 25:1-13
Sunday 31A20
Matthew 5:1-12 (All Saints)
Sunday 30A20
Matthew 22;34-40
Sunday 29A20
John 17:11, 17-23 (Mission Sunday)
Sunday 28A20
Matthew 22:1-14
Sunday 27A20
Matthew 21:33-46
Sunday 26A20
Matthew 21:28-32
Sunday 25A20
Matthew 20:1-6
Sunday 24A20
Matthew 18:21-35
Sunday 23A20
Matthew 18:15-20
Sunday 22A20
Matthew 16:21-28
Sunday 21A20
Matthew 16:13-20
Sunday 20A20
Matthew 15:21-28
Sunday 19A20
Matthew 14:22-33
Sunday 18A20
Matthew 14:13-21
Sunday 17A20
Matthew 13:44-53
Sunday 16A20
Matthew 13:24-43
Sunday 15A20
Matthew 13:1-23
Sunday 14A20 Matthew 11:25-30
Sunday 13A20 Matthew 10:37-42
Sunday 12A20
Matthew 10:26-33

The YouTube and Zoom lectures are identical. It seemed a good idea to open a dedicated YouTube channel because it is so easy to access.

For the moment, the talks will appear in both places and a decision will be made later whether to stay with YouTube only.

It is possible to subscribe to the channel.
Zoom Lectures
Zoom limits the number of files with can be stored. For the full list, go to the dedication YouTube channel.

Lent 2B21
Lent 1B21

Sunday 06B21
Mark 1:40-45

If you would like to sign up for Zoom, this is easy and worthwhile:

  1. Go to Zoom.us
  2. Download the programme (it is free)
  3. Register as a user (the basic level is also free)

You may also like to investigate
Krisp, a programme which limits the intrusion of ambient noises when tele-conferencing.
From the letter to the Romans