Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

Easter Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for Easter Sunday: Through the joy of the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus at Easter we are reminded that Jesus chose to be part of our lives. He is always with us as we travel on our pilgrim journey ...

Fifth Sunday of Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 5th Sunday of Lent: It is when we recognise our past faults and resolve to mend them, that we can turn to the future secure in the knowledge that we have become transparent before God.

Palm Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the Palm Sunday: Because the cross on which Jesus chose to die became a throne from which he would reign over sin and death, we too can win crown and glory through our cross and pain and look ...

Fourth Sunday of Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 4th Sunday of Lent: By coming home this Lent, you will find that no matter how long and no matter how far you have been away, your heart will be filled with so much happiness knowing that the ...

Third Sunday of Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Lent: Lent offers us the opportunity to evaluate once more who we are, what we are, and where we place ourselves before God, who looks to us with the expectations of the loving ...

Second Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the Second Sunday in Lent: Not all of us can have a mountaintop experience but we can elevate ourselves to see over the barriers of poverty, injustice and prejudice and realise we can make a ...

First Sunday in Lent

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the First Sunday in Lent: Jesus conquered the desert of temptation. Let him rescue you from your desert of despair or worry or whatever you may be going through at this time, and allow him to lead ...

8th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection for the 8th Sunday in Ordinary Time: We need constantly to purify our heart, since it is from the abundance of the heart that the mouth speaks, and our mouth can bring forth both good and evil.