Now, finally, on the first day of Epiphany, more strangers arrive at the manger. These ones come bearing gifts, having stopped in to get directions from Herod along the way. What shall we call them? What do we know of them? What real contribution, other than a bit of glitz, do they bring to the … Continue reading Epiphany: The Complex Work of the Gospel
Jesus says: “I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down their life for the sheep….No one takes it from me, I lay it down of my own accord. I have the power to lay it down, and I have the power to take it up again.” Reading this gospel this week, these last … Continue reading Who Are We Called To Shepherd?
Today, as we approach a week of remembrance, as we consider loved ones lost on this All Saints Sunday, we are presented with the Beatitudes in our Gospel. We are given a divine version of what makes a person powerful and worthy: not strength, and ambition, but humility, and peacemaking, and a willingness to lose … Continue reading Righteous Resisters
Members of St. John stand behind a banner reading "Truth, Reconciliation & Equity: They Matter to Us!", as part of the Kairos Canada's Put Yourself In The Picture Campaign in support of an Equitable Canada and aboriginal rights. The banner was made by Sunday School Participants.
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