Lent - 3rd Sunday
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Don’t Keep Calm
Third Sunday of Lent. Even Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth finds that the British stiff upper lip has its limits. We are
Hope of the Innocents
Third Sunday of Lent. Fr John O'Connor ponders an age-old problem. Sitting at a desk in a safe place, I am
A Fair Deal?
Third Sunday of Lent. Fr Lawrence Lew warns against seeing salvation as a bargain. Many people would have discovered internet shopping
Thirsting for the Old, Thirsting for the New
Third Sunday of Lent (A) | Fr Colin Carr contemplates the drama of the God who thirsts for our faith,
Third Sunday of Lent (C) | Fr Peter Harries ponders the fruitfulness that might come from disaster and personal tragedy. Bad
Zeal for God’s House
Third Sunday of Lent (B) | Fr Richard Ounsworth explains the cosmic significance of Christ's cleansing of the temple. There is
Standing in the Truth
Third Sunday of Lent (A) | Fr Benedict Jonak reflects on the courage of conversion so that we can stand
Who am I?
Third Sunday of Lent. fr Gregory Murphy reflects on Moses' encounter with God in the burning bush. Moses, an exile tending
The Hope that Does not Shame.
Third Sunday of Lent. fr Euan helps us to see the nature of Christian hope. Every week in churches throughout the
Third Sunday of Lent. Fr Robert Gay urges us to see each day of our life as a time for
A Many-Leveled Sign
Third Sunday of Lent. Fr Peter Harries preaches on the cleansing of the temple. Today's Gospel records an act of violence. Jesus
The Wells of Salvation
Third Sunday of Lent. Fr John Farrell assures us that sacramental grace never runs dry. Out of the heat haze in an