Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter Vigil

Since the beginning of Lent we have journeyed with the Israelites through the wilderness, and struggled with the author of Hebrews to understand what Jesus has done for us; we have wondered with Isaiah over the ‘suffering servant’ and lamented … Continue reading

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The Tomb

What is happening? Today there is a great silence over the earth, a great silence, and stillness, a great silence because the king sleeps.

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Jesus

All you who pass this way, look and see: is any sorrow like the sorrow that afflicts me. No sorrow is too great for me to bear. He has made a yoke for me and encircled my head with weariness. … Continue reading

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The Twelve

F or much of O ur lives we have O nly grapsed at the T ruth   W e A lways S ensed H is I ntense love and N ow we G ave ourselves to it

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Judas

Have all my choices led to this day? What are you prepared to give me if I hand him over to you? Was I destined to be the one who betrayed Him? From  that moment he looked for an opportunity … Continue reading

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Peter

I’ve never really understood the things you’ve said, but I have listened. I’ve never really seen the path, but I have followed. I’ve never really felt                                                             your pain,                                                             but I have                                                             loved.

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Mary of Bethany

300 denarii, that’s all it took to make a choice that changed my life forever. 300 denarii, poured out for all, for many, for Him.

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Let us run with him

  Palm Sunday has something of a bittersweet feel about it in terms of liturgy and the sentiment that is expressed through words and gesture. I always find it difficult to enter into the scene by actually waving my palm branch. Is … Continue reading

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Lazarus

           A View of Lazarus See he is coming from the tomb. His eyes Need shelter from the light. We crowd and press Towards him, some say nothing. One or two Whisper. Others look afraid but stare, Most turn their eyes away. … Continue reading

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