Aileen Murphy RLR presents some pointers for your prayer as you enter Holy Week.
Mike Drennan SJ sees opportunities for us to learn from the past and assert the dignity of all people in the present.
He offers the following texts for reflection
Mike Drennan SJ describes how the seeds of the passion were present from early on in the Gospel narratives.
Scripture texts are noted though this presentation with some questions and texts for further reflection offered at the end:
Smaointí ar Lá le Pádraig agus é teoranta ag an phandéim i 2021 - Piaras Jackson SJ offers a reflection on Saint Patrick's Day as it falls amid pandemic limitations in 2021.
Mike Drennan SJ considers what seeking and searching means in the light of the Gospel of the Fourth Sunday in Lent. He describes why Nicodemus is worthy of our attention as he appears three times in the gospel of John,
Aileen Murphy RLR invites you to step back and review your experiences of the past week
Piaras Jackson considers the gospel of the second Sunday of Lent. Lingering with Mark's account of the Transfiguration (Mark 9:2-10), he reflects on what it means to hear this gospel inland in this time of pandemic when we the "Lenten" experiences of restriction and self-denial have a global character.
In the first of our reflections for Lent 2021, Mike Drennan SJ reflects on the meaning of 'sabbath'.
- Where do you find Sabbath time?
- What gods tempt your Sabbath time?
- How does the prevailing trend influence my choices?