Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on the 25th Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Those who trust in God’s generosity in dealing with others will commit themselves totally to his will and they will experience in return his abundant and amazing grace. ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on the 23rd Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday The key to fulfilment in life is love, which manifests itself in our concern for the welfare of others shown in many ways and actions, one of which is praying for each ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on the 22nd Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday As long as we live in an imperfect world we have to carry our daily crosses, but to a Christian who often stands in the shadow of the cross of Calvary his or her own ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on 19th Ordinary Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday It is in times like these, amid the coronavirus pandemic, that we must look evermore not to ourselves, not even to the Church, but to Christ, the Lord of the Church, ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on 18th Ordinary Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday The Eucharist reveals God’s enduring love for the human race, it nourishes our spirits as the Bread of Life, it stands as a sign of Jesus’ compassion for all the needy ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on 17th Ordinary Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday True happiness is not found in earthly treasures; it is only found in Christ. Therefore as Christians we are called, not by choice but by virtue of our baptismal ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on 16th Ordinary Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Although there will always be evil in the world as long as human nature remains tainted by sin, we must never be indifferent to it but with patience and prayer keep ...

Deacon Bill’s Reflection on 15th Ordinary Sunday in Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday God’s spoken Word, through signs and wonders since the dawn of creation, culminating in the unique Word made flesh in Christ, is still alive and active in the world and ...