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The Sunday Gospel for 28th October, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 28th October, 2018

This week we reflect on the story of the healing of blind Bartimaeus where Jesus asks him what he wanted him to do?   Bartimaeus asks not unsurprisingly to see again!  Maybe you are facing a situation where you can't see the way ahead.  Perhaps this is the time to ask Jesus to help you see a...

The Sunday Gospel for 14th October, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 14th October, 2018

This famous passage from Mark concerns the rich young man who wanted to follow Jesus but who got an answer he couldn't cope with.  It's a very uncomfortable answer for all who are comfortable!

 

The Sunday Gospel for 7th October, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 7th October, 2018

This passage from Mark relates Jesus' response to a question from some Pharisees meant to trap him.  He criticises the Jewish religious leaders and takes a hard line on marriage - warning what God has joined together, man must not separate.  I find it a really difficult passage which seems...

The Sunday Gospel for 30th September, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 30th September, 2018

This passage from Mark relates how the disciples are becoming quite territorial over Jesus.  Once again, Jesus gives them short shrift and tells them 'whoever is not against us, is for us.'   He goes on (in an echo of the Sermon on the Mount) about how if various parts of your body cause you...

The Sunday Gospel for 23rd September, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 23rd September, 2018

This is another passage from Mark where Jesus confuses the disciples who, by now, are getting themselves in a state.  He talks about his forthcoming death but they didn't get it and were too afraid to ask for clarification.  They end up arguing about who is the greatest among them and Jesus...

The Sunday Gospel for 16th September, 2018

The Sunday Gospel for 16th September, 2018

This is a really perplexing passage in which Jesus asks his disciples who people think he is.  Peter eventually tells him that he thinks he is the Messiah - the Saviour.   And then, Jesus talks about how he had to die and Peter took issue with this, at which point he gets severely told off by...

Thoughts from the Chaplain

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Jul 12, 2018
Awards - take me home!
Jul 11, 2018
Vatican - Dome - Spanish Steps
Jul 11, 2018
It's Katie's birthday - walking with blisters - Colosseum - gelato - Sephora
Jul 11, 2018
How early?  Rome
Jul 11, 2018
Getting it all together!

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