Category Archives: Bible reading

Look for the signs

‘You search the scriptures because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that testify on my behalf.  Yet you refuse to come to me to have life.’ – a part of the Gospel reading … Continue reading

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Living with God

In our Lent series of Bible reflections Paul Pritchard, one of our parish ordinands at St Chrysostom’s, reflects on the Gospel for the Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Lent. Paul answered a few questions on the passage (John 5. … Continue reading

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Healing on the Sabbath: Disobedience and the tradition

Jesus heals on the Sabbath in our Gospel. Sarah, a member of our congregation is a Masters student studying Electroacoustic composition at the University of Manchester. Here she reflects on the Gospel for the Tuesday of the Fourth Week of … Continue reading

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Doubt and Faith: Healing and miracles

A  doctor offers us thoughts today on a Gospel story of a healing miracle, and the  questions it raises. The passage is the Gospel reading for the Monday of the Fourth week of Lent. (John 4. 43-end). Hannah Merrill who … Continue reading

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Hope, there is always hope

Today’s Lent Bible reflection is given by Sonia who has been worshipping with us for many years and in addition to worship she helps with refreshments after Sunday Mass and is a regular pilgrim to the shrines at Ladyewell and … Continue reading

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Our position in the charts

Where will Judas be in the charts? One of the questions asked in our Lent reflection for the Wednesday of the Third Week of Lent. The Bible passage is: Matthew 5.17-19 Therefore, whoever breaks one of the least of these … Continue reading

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“The better option” … and numbers in the Bible

Ari (a first year student Maths student) offers a reflection, in answer to questions on Matthew 18.21-25 – the Gospel reading for the Wednesday in the Third Week of Lent.   “Is there a reason to forgive at all, since in … Continue reading

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