Tue 5 Jun (Mark 12:13-17): Dr Marion Smith encourages us to ask ourselves what Jesus's response to his challengers demands of us as members of society.
One New Testament book is reserved for Easter Day and the following fifty days until Pentecost, and is never otherwise read publicly in Catholic Sunday or weekday liturgies: the Acts of the Apostles.
On the Wednesday of Easter Week, the Emmaus story is our gospel reading. The narrative has the shape of the Eucharistic liturgy.
How can we take direction from the Bible in our social justice efforts? Dominik Markl looks at how the Old & New Testaments lay foundations on which we can build a perfect community of love.
Peter Edmonds SJ looks at each gospel writer's portrayal of John the Baptist.
Brian McClorry SJ reviews Philip Pullman's historical fiction, set in the time and place of the New Testament, and Gerry O'Collins SJ's response.
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