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“Watching Jesus”

Reflection 1Curious that the celebration of Jesus Christ as Universal King should call us to remember Him hanging crucified on the cross.Kings are powerful, mighty, commanding respect and admiration. They are men who hold their peoples together, in unity 鈥 men by whom nations are identified and in whom their subjects take pride. Kings fight for the safety of their people, to protect and defend them against all manner of enemies. We can watch Jesus in one of two ways, there as He hangs on the cross. We can see a weak, bloody man, running out of breath; not able any longer to hold His head up; not able to see clearly through the blood flowing from the wounds the thorns have made; a coward, who won鈥檛 answer the words of abuse and mockery being shouted at Him; He doesn鈥檛 even seem to pay any heed to […]

By |November 21st, 2010|Liturgy|0 Comments

Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

For over two weeks now we have been reflecting on, and celebrating God鈥檚 great gift of Himself to us when He took on our human nature and became one of us 鈥 our brother in the flesh. We marvel at this self-emptying love which we see before our eyes in the baby 鈥 as St John describes it:Something which has existed since the beginningWhich we have seen with our own eyes Which we have watched and touched with our handsThe Word who is Life (1Jn 1:1)In today鈥檚 feast we see Jesus as a grown man taking a further step in his solidarity with humankind. St Luke, whose Gospel we read on Sundays this year, tells us that John the Baptist was proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins (Lk 3:4). Then Jesus 鈥 the sinless One 鈥 comes and is baptised by John. […]

By |January 10th, 2010|Liturgy|0 Comments