PEACE BE WITH YOU!

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, January 24, 2022

Making Choices!


 FOR THE Fourth Sunday of Epiphany not only are we called to make choices concerning our lessons used for worship, we are asked to make decisions about our faith witness during the hostility found in this modern world.

Bow a Knee?

 

 

 

Monday, January 17, 2022

Thrown Out Of Better Places


 FOR THE Third Sunday of Epiphany, we hear about Jesus' return to his hometown. However, where he would seemingly find welcome, his reception became rather tenuous. Read of the tumult...

Rejected!

Monday, January 10, 2022

Water Into Wine!


 FOR THE Second Sunday in Epiphany, we hear of the first miracle that Jesus accomplished. Prompted by his mother, the miracle was but a taste of the menu ahead.

The Best Wine!

Monday, January 3, 2022

Watering the Fire!


FOR THE Celebration of the Baptism of Jesus Christ, we read of Luke's account of this wondrous gift. We therefore consider the gift given through the happy exchange.

Scalded By Divine Love!

Monday, December 27, 2021

Like Father; Like Son!


FOR THE Second Sunday after Christmas, we survey a wondrous story about the teen years of Jesus, who is the Christ. Luke's words prepared the early Church for the revelation that Jesus was and yet is truly human, and also truly God.

Becoming Adult!

Monday, December 20, 2021

Blessed Shepherds!


 FOR CHRISTMAS EVE we have an account of the birth of Jesus in reference to concrete earthly events. Rooted in the reign of particular earthly rulers, the Christ child was born...


Shepherds' Joy

Monday, December 13, 2021

Will You Recognize Him?



 FOR THE Fourth Sunday in Advent, we offer you the revealed conversation of Mary and Elizabeth. The poetic verse with springs from the event, has comforted many during the several millennia since they were uttered.


The Magnificat!