Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

29th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: To live a fulfilling life, it is necessary to set aside time for prayer each day and to persevere in it. There is no better fuel for keeping the lamp of ...

28th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: If our gratitude to God for whatever he sends is sincere and spontaneous, it will provide us space to recognise his gifts and to appreciate their true ...

27th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: Faith is a leap into the arms of God, even when all the odds are against us and, if this faith is put into practice and tested, it will steadily turn us ...

26th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: The gulf between the rich and the poor is growing ever wider. So wide that the poor cannot by themselves bridge this yawning chasm without the help of ...

25th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: God has entrusted us with many gifts. We must ensure that we use them appropriately and with a generous heart, not deceitfully for our own benefit, but ...

24th Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time in Year C: The parable of the prodigal son is usually interpreted as being about forgiveness and the jealousy of the older brother. But every parent can also ...

23rd Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 23rd Ordinary Sunday of Year C Careers, family, possessions, friends are all part of the home we create to give ourselves security in our ever changing world. But sometimes without realising, ...

22nd Ordinary Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 22nd Ordinary Sunday of Year C Humility is measured by how you serve those in need with your own gifts and talents, without recognition or reward for yourself. Humility does not recognise ...