Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

11th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time: The seeds of our Christian life are sowed by God in the soil of our hearts at baptism and they are tended by the love of our parents until we mature and ripen and, ...

10th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 10th Sunday in Ordinary Time: To be free just for oneself is a misrepresentation of freedom, but to be free for the service of others is true freedom in its deepest Christian sense, manifested ...

Feast of Corpus Christi

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the Feast of Corpus Christi: When we receive Jesus in the Eucharist we are in his presence as surely as the people he fed with loaves and fishes were. Receiving communion builds up our physical ...

Trinity Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the Feast of the Most Blessed Trinity: The Feast of the Holy Trinity is not a celebration of the mystery of the Trinity, nor of the doctrine about the mystery, but a celebration of God’s dynamic ...

Feast of Pentecost

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the Feast of Pentecost: The Holy Spirit that in-dwells in every Christian is a healing and explosive, consuming and unifying, cleansing and life-giving, consuming and comforting power.therefore ...

7th Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for 7th Sunday of Easter: There is no better way to love the world as God has loved us than to constantly and persistently give witness to the resurrection of Jesus Christ through what we say and do ...

6th Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for 6th Sunday of Easter: What we know of our friends is to be respected and kept safe unless our friends allow us to share it with others. Then it is shared only in such a way that it is good for our ...

5th Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for 5th Sunday of Easter: Society today places a strong emphasis on our personal autonomy and rights as individuals. In contrast, the image of the vine describes us as linked by the life which flows ...