It is arguable that Covenant is the primary metaphor shaping the biblical understanding of who God is and how God relates to humankind. Find out more as we begin the season of Lent reflecting on Genesis 9:8-17
We follow Jesus through this day in the Gospel of Mark and see how the light of his gospel day shines on our day. Mark 1:29-39
Mary says, “Here am I, the servant of the Lord; let it be with me according to your word.”
A reflection on Joy focussing on Psalm 126.
As we reflect on peace today, we are met in the gospel by John the Baptist someone who is not obviously a peaceful figure.
A reflection on hope in the light of the Pandemic. I refer to the apocalyptic writings in Mark's gospel.
A reflection on transforming the world Matthew 25:31-46
Here are two opposite ways of interpreting the notoriously problematic Parable of the Talents.
Today the book of Hebrews takes us somewhere we haven’t been able to go lately, to a sports stadium. ... We light candles here to evoke the cloud of witnesses, the communion of saints.
Moses and Jesus and the promises of God. In this reflection I consider endings and new beginnings by comparing and contrasting the end of the Torah with the end of Matthew's gospel.