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A JOURNEY THROUGH LENT – SPEAK LORD, YOUR SERVANT IS LISTENING

We are a little late in putting up our Lenten reflections but we trust that they may still be helpful for those who read this blog.  We are united with the whole Church as we journey through this Lenten season towards Easter..It is that time again, LENT. Like anyone who is bothering to read this blog I am thinking about what I should do for Lent this year. The thought occurs to me that if I rephrase the question I might come up with a more fruitful answer. So I ask myself what do I want Lent to do for me? By the time Easter arrives what would I like to be different about me? How can I make that happen?The season of Lent is God鈥檚 gift to us to renew our lives in holiness. By the end of Lent I want to be more aware of God鈥檚 love […]

3rd Sunday of Lent – 2015

Destroy this sanctuary and in three days        I will raise it up .He was speaking of the sanctuary that was his body.Reading this passage in to-days Eucharist on the cleansing of the TempleI was struck by the intensity of Jesus鈥 zeal for the purity and integrity of his Father鈥檚 house. His attitude had always been one of immense respect for the temple as many incidents related in the Gospels tell us.    The prophecies had foretold of the destruction of the ancient temple which would be replaced by the New Temple, a temple of the living God, Jesus himself, who would offer to the Father the true worship in Spirit and in truth.        This theme of the true temple can be traced right through the scriptures to reveal that 鈥淛esus has truly transferred to his own person the privilege, long held by the temple, of being the place where mankind […]

Second Sunday of Lent 鈥 2015

 All the runners at the stadium are trying to win, but only one of them gets the prize.  You must run in the same way, meaning to win.  All the fighters at the games go into strict training; they do this just to win a wreath that will wither away, but we do it for a wreath that will never wither.  (1 Cor.9:24-25).  Beginning with this passage from St. Paulwhere in effect he tells us that in the Christian contest we are all called to be winners not of an earthly but a heavenly wreath, I would like to reflect on the great hope for living our Christian life. which the mystery of the Transfiguration of our Lord, gives us.In his commentary on last Sunday鈥檚 gospel where Jesus was tempted by Satan in the desert, St. Augustine says 鈥渄o you notice that Christ has been tempted and fail to notice […]