On 26 January, the Feast of Ss Timothy and Titus, you will hear from one of the 'Pastoral Letters' that Paul wrote to them.
Our weekday first readings are coming from the Letter to the Hebrews. Peter Edmonds SJ helps us to make something of the parts of that text that appear in the lectionary.
Brian Purfield explains why Paul thought it was necessary to write to the likeable but easily-influenced community of Christians in Colossae.
Nicholas King helps us to observe and pray the eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth and fourteenth Stations of the Cross.
Nicholas King SJ offers reflections on the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth Stations of the Cross.
Nicholas King SJ helps us to pray the traditional meditations on the third, fourth, fifth and sixth Stations of the Cross creatively, using scripture and our own experiences.
An introduction by scripture scholar Nicholas King SJ to his reflections on the Stations of the Cross, and the first and second stations.
The parables that precede the Prodigal Son also tell us of a loss - one sheep, one coin - a searching, and a call for celebration.
The gospel readings for five of the Sundays during Lent in Year C come from Luke’s Gospel. Peter Edmonds SJ suggests that these readings, when taken together, form a short story of their own.
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