Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

4th Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for 4th Sunday of Easter: Jesus, our Good Shepherd who died for us, continues to care and die for us even today. Jesus gives himself to us continually in the sacraments, especially in the Eucharist. ...

3rd Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for 3rd Sunday of Easter: If we can face the truth about ourselves and confront it, we will be converted. If we are converted, we are consoled by Christ. If we are consoled, we commit ourselves to ...

Palm Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for Palm Sunday: Standing at the foot of the cross, we look up and marvel at the incomparable Christ who never wrote a book, yet more books have been written about him than anyone else; who never ...

5th Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for the 5th Sunday in Lent: When we give up our lives for others, when we carry their burdens and offer our lives as a sacrifice for them, then we are truly following Jesus who “came to serve and ...

4th Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for the 4th Sunday in Lent: The greatest symbol of love is not the heart but the Cross, because every heart will one day stop beating, but the Cross of Jesus Christ will go on as an eternal, infinite ...

3rd Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for the 3rd Sunday in Lent: A loving and obedient relationship with God, an enduring reliance on him for one’s own fulfilment and a developing renewal of the heart are the basics for Christian ...

2nd Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for the 2nd Sunday in Lent: If we commit ourselves to prayer as often as we can, we too like Christ can have our moments of transfiguration, when the touch of God could lift our darkness and melt ...

1st Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection  for the 1st Sunday in Lent The season of Lent is meant to be an enjoyable experience, not something to be endured. Lent gives us the opportunity to begin again. Lent invites us into a period of time ...