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.

Monday, May 29, 2023

Marching Orders!

 FOR THE Celebration of the Holy Trinity, we access the last commands of our Risen Lord Jesus upon earth. His mandate for us needs thus to be understood by the whole Church. Read to comprehend clearly Jesus' dawn-to-dawn instructions to us...

Celebrate Trinity!



Monday, May 22, 2023

In The Holy Spirit!

FOR THE Celebration of Pentecost, we hear about the gift of the Holy Spirit and the birth of the Christian Church. Read joyously at:


Live In The Spirit! 

Tuesday, April 4, 2023

Let Me Have Your Ear!

 FOR THE Celebration of the Lord's Resurrection, we are astounded by the preposterous. Jesus had risen from the dead. Take measure of the disciples who were notified of the empty tomb. What does the Holy Spirit tell you?


Say What?




Good Friday and Fitted Cloth?

 FOR THE observation of Good Friday, we consider the price paid for clean garments. Read who really made the Christian fit the cleanest cloth.

What Size Do You Wear?



Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Passion Realized!

 FOR OUR Celebration of the Passion of Jesus Christ on Palm Sunday, we read two wonderful chapters that tell of God's sacrifice made for our salvation. Check out this reading and our commentary...

Passion the Christ



Monday, March 20, 2023

Raised Up!

 FOR THE Fifth Sunday of Lent, we read of the power of Jesus to save from death. Indeed, the story of Lazarus echoes across history and shall never die.

Our Resurrection Hope

Monday, March 13, 2023

Sight, Insight or Both?

 FOR THE Fourth Sunday in Lent we enter into a long reading about our limited sight as corrupted by sin. A healing occurred thanks to Jesus, and yet we sinners argue about the how, rather than ask why. Click here and see what we mean.

Can We See Clearly?