23-30 August: Peter Edmonds SJ introduces us to the early Christians to whom Paul was writing in the letter from which our first readings are taken.
18 Oct: The first reading on the feast of St Luke is taken from Paul's Second Letter to Timothy.
Brian Purfield explains why Paul thought it was necessary to write to the likeable but easily-influenced community of Christians in Colossae.
Fri 11 Sept: The point of Paul's longest sporting metaphor is that the Corinthians must be as serious about their mission as athletes are about their training (and as Paul is about his preaching).
Paul tells the Christians at Colossae that Christ is the 'the first-born of all creation' - why was this such an important message for Paul to teach, and how do we let this shape our faith?
The passage about the 'emptying' of Christ is the part of the Letter to the Philippians that the Church has made most use of in her liturgy.
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