Here are we are, together in our aloneness, hoping for a miracle, and our gospel this morning gifts us with one. The healing of Lazarus is one of the most powerful miracle stories in the gospel. Lazarus is with his sisters Mary and Martha; all friends of Jesus and Lazarus had fallen ill. At his … Continue reading At a time when danger stalks us, we are witnesses to resurrection
Month: March 2020
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO LOVE GOD AND YOUR NEIGHBOUR?
Our Church Is Not A Building
THE BLINDNESS WE HAVE TO LIVE WITH
4thSunday in Lent—March 22, 2020 I hope you are reading this safely at home. No coffee with friends. No unnecessary trips to the grocery story. I hope that you are mostly staying inside, and that when you have to go out, you are staying 6 feet away from people. I hope that you are washing … Continue reading THE BLINDNESS WE HAVE TO LIVE WITH
Third Sunday in Lent—John 4:5-42—March 15, 2020
What is our responsibility to each other? Some Sundays, the gospel poses this question to us, and we think, well, let’s mull that over. It’s theoretical. We can have the moral debate – what do we owe the stranger on the street? How much of ourselves do we sacrifice for our community? Do I really … Continue reading Third Sunday in Lent—John 4:5-42—March 15, 2020