Preacher Exchange is a collection of free email and web
preaching resources. At this site you will find:
"FIRST IMPRESSIONS": A preacher's
early reflections on the upcoming Sunday's readings and liturgy:
Authored by Fr. Jude Siciliano, OP - Preacher/Instructor in Homiletics.
Updates Weekly on Sunday's - 9pm EST.
Three English, and
three Spanish reflections are
"First Impressions" -
the latest reflection by Jude Siciliano, OP.
Volume II - These
reflections also follow the
Liturgical Calendar and appear here about mid week each week.
They are written by various guest authors.
Come and See! -
Brief reflections on the Sunday Scriptures by
Homilías Dominicales - Español
Semana 1 "Sr. Kathleen Maire
Semana 2 "Ángel F. Méndez
Semana 3 "Carmen Mele, OP"
Semana 4 "Charlie Johnson OP"
Semana 5 "Fr. Jorge Rativa OP"
Palabras para Domingo -
Español - Sr. Kathleen Maire
Padre Carmelo Mele, O.P.
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Faith Book: "FAITH BOOK" offers Mini-reflections on the Sunday scripture
readings designed for persons on the run. "Faith Book" is also brief
enough to be posted in the Sunday parish bulletins people take home.
Stories Seldom Heard:
A monthly opportunity to explore some wonderful biblical stories
which might not otherwise be heard in the Lectionary readings.
Face To Face: Poetic Responses to
Psalms and Scripture by
Ms. Karen Jessee, OP - a member of the Dominican Laity, in Raleigh, NC.
- by Fr. R. B. Williams, OP.
Daily Video Reflections - by the USCCB Catholic
Daily Homilette -
by Fr. Carmen Mele, OP.
Daily Preaching - offers written and audio preaching every
day from Dominicans around the world... and from every branch of the
Dominican family: friars, sisters, nuns and laity.
- Celebration, the worship and preaching
resource of the National Catholic Reporter, offers "Daily Bread",
providing short reflections on the Lectionary readings for weekdays.
It is also offered in a
free e-mail sent directly to those who wish to receive it. These
justice-oriented and spiritually focused meditations are ideal for
daily Mass preaching and morning prayer based on the Lectionary.
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Reviews: Reviews of recently published
books and articles on various topics related to preaching.
And more! ...and,
of course, as always... "Blessings on your preaching."