Deacon Bill’s Sunday Gospel Reflections

 
 

Third Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday As we journey on our road of life towards God, we are never alone. Jesus our risen Lord walks beside us, guiding us when we feel lost and supporting us when we feel. ...

Second Sunday of Easter

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Like life, our faith has highs and lows. When we are clouded by doubts and our faith falters, we need other believers to help us in our moment of unbelief. We need our ...

Easter Sunday

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Easter is relevant today, for it confirms Christ’s way of life as applicable to our times, offering all believers the hope of new life here and now. ...

Palm Sunday Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Palm Sunday is a day to be truly joyful, as it marks the beginning of Holy Week of which we are all beneficiaries of the saving events which this special week ...

Fourth Sunday of Lent Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday In baptism, we were delivered from darkness, so that we may walk in the light of The risen Christ. In this time of darkness that we are facing in our world let us not ...

First Sunday of Lent Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Lent offers us an ideal opportunity to renew our lives, by taking decisions based on the word of God, aided by the grace of God always available in Christ. ...

Seventh Ordinary Sunday of Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Jesus taught us by word and example not to hate our enemies nor take revenge on them, not only because love and non-violence have to be the ‘soul power’ of Christian ...

Sixth Ordinary Sunday of Year A

Deacon Bill’s Gospel Reflection on the Gospel theme this Sunday Is it possible to become as holy and as perfect as God is? Such a thought would seem to be a realm of fantasy. Yet, is it not better to strive for this ideal and fall ...