This is not a sermon but a few insights on how the account of the Passion and Death of the Lord fulfils prophecies and events of the Old Testament. A New Exodus Moses led the old exodus from Egypt to the promised land. The New Moses, Our Lord, leads his people...
Holy week is not a historical lesson or play—it is s celebration of the Lord’s Passover and it is based on the great truth that when we get together in his name we form the body of Christ. You can see how wonderful that is when we say speaking in the name of the...
Good evening everybody, I am sending you a commentary on the Sunday reading by Scot Hahn. At Lazarus’ Tomb: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Fifth Sunday of Lent Scot is a well-known scripture scholar. On becoming a Catholic he made it his vocation to educate Catholics...
” God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not be lost but may have eternal life “
Graces and Blessings.
This weekend we meditate on the most wonderful mystery of our Faith and on our eternal destiny : – the Most Blessed Trinity – God as He has revealed himself to us. The great St. Athanasius says if a person lacks faith in the Blessed Trinity he/she does not know God. I hope you enjoy reading the Notes on the meaning of the Feast and the commentary by Scott Hahn on the Sunday readings. And I hope that meditating on the meaning of the Feast will give your spirits a lift at this time. The love of God for each of us—young and old, black and white, rich and poor ( we could go on ! ) has no limit.
Rejoice in your Faith.
Please continue to pray for Theresa in PRI and also for Patricia McGillvray who is very ill in Ninewells .