TO THOSE persons seeking discussion for Sundays coming forth in the lectionary, we offer a listing according to the three-year calendar.
On the right-hand column of this page, please find the past corresponding year for lectionary years A, B, or C.
And then search the appropriate month in each for a discussion concerning the gospel reading.

Sunday, February 5, 2023

Radical Law for Christians

 FOR THE Sixth Sunday in Epiphany, we examine the words of Jesus concerning the Commandments. These are extremely important for those who are trying to earn their way to heaven. Read the account according to Saint Matthew...

You've Heard!



Monday, January 30, 2023

Salted and Light?

FOR THE Fifth Sunday of Epiphany, we continue to hear Jesus' instructions to his disciples. Expressed as part of his Sermon on the Mount, however, each biblical account written later stressed the importance of a particular portion of the Word. Read what was cooked up by each scriptural witness.

 Cooking With Salt and Light! 

Sunday, January 22, 2023

Called "Blessed" By God?

FOR THE Fourth Sunday of Epiphany, we hear the words of Jesus as he described his followers as "Blessed". By doing so, he pronounced their relationship with the world that continued through history, and is present even now. For that reason, we need to read and understand the true meaning of the word...

Who Me?

Monday, January 16, 2023

Some Things Fishy!

 FOR THE Third Sunday in Epiphany, we hear of repentance and the calling of the apostles. All persons are invited to kneel as convicted by the Law and be subsequently set free from its penalty by the gospel of Christ Jesus. Read how an early writer told of this Good News for those who would become disciples...

Light So Shines in the Darkness 

Sunday, January 8, 2023

From Dirt to Rock!

 FOR THE Second Sunday in Epiphany, we hear about the calling of Jesus' first disciples. Click below to realize that names may indicate much about those who will follow.

Who Shall Follow?




Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Why Jesus Was Baptized!

 FOR THE Baptism of Our Lord we find the strangeness of a baptism performed for the forgiveness of sins that was placed upon Jesus.., the one human being that carried no sin. That Jesus was baptized in the waters of the Jordan therefore puzzles some scholars, but those whose faith receive the benefits rejoice in that grace provided. Be invited to read...

First Among Many




Following a Star?

 FOR EPIPHANY we visit once again the visit of the Magi. According to scripture, these persons of high report traveled to find the King of kings. Reportedly arriving at the doorstep of Jesus' home a year or more subsequent to our Lord's birth, they accomplished two important deeds. First they paid respects by giving gifts, and secondly warned of impending persecutions. Read this account as written by Matthew...

Epiphany Light