SIXTH SUNDAY OF EASTER – May, 06

At the outset of this week’s reflection it might be helpful to consider the fact that true friends are willing to ‘prune’ themselves and each other for the enrichment and productivity of the friendship. I often wonder if the best accolade (not compliment) a parent or child is able to bestow on each other is […]

FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER – April, 22

At the outset of this week’s reflection let us make a clear connection between words from TODAY’S PSALM [118 or 117] and SECOND READING [1 JOHN 3: 1 – 2]. In the Psalm we read “the stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.” Then, the second reading commences with the words, “see what […]

SECOND SUNDAY OF EASTER – April, 08

Last week’s reflection ended with the sentence containing the following challenge – ‘no good to simply stare in amazement at the empty tomb’. This week let us add something further – the Resurrection itself should neither amaze nor fill us with amazement. Our extract from TODAY’S PSALM [118 or 117] ends with the words “this […]