Our Lectio Group have taken the Gospel passage for this Sunday, a well known and powerful reading about sharing and trust. They have thought deeply about what it means to them. They share their thoughts here and trust we will read them.
The scriptures speak to each of us differently. We do well to learn from each other’s insights.
Once again the maintenance of the website may be interrupted by a short holiday. Please bear with us if we are unable to get a satisfactory Internet connection in the holiday cottage to do the necessary postings for the newsletter of the 25th July.
Well it has been a beautiful warm Summer’s day but our Lectio group has taken time to consider the Gospel for this Sunday, the 16th in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 6:30-34 They were like sheep without a shepherd.
Read what thoughts the have shared with us.
Lectio took the reading for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 6:7-13 He began to send them out.
The group has generously shared their insights with us which you can read here.
This month’s newsletter is available. Some hard hitting thoughts for us all. Click here to read the letter.
Once we get into the holiday season there is always a fall in attendance so we have fewer contributions from the group this week.
The reading was the Gospel for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 6:1-6 A prophet is only despised in his own country
Here is what the group has shared with us.
Some of our readers have been wondering why they have not had the usual Sunday Morning email for a couple of weeks. The details are unimportant but it proved impossible to update the website whilst I was on holiday.
Normal service has now been resumed. Until the next holiday that is!
The mechanism we use for generating the newsletter will include the content you would have had from the previous two Sundays. So it is a bumper issue today.
Our Lectio Divina for this Friday took the Gospel reading for the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 5:21-43 Little girl, I tell you to get up.
(Shorter form: 5:21-24, 35-43)
Read what thoughts the scripture inspired.
Today our Lectio Group had had another beautiful session. They considered the reading for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 4:35-41 Who can his be? Even the wind and the sea obey him.
Have a look here to see what they noted.
Our Lectio Group took the reading for this the 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B.
Mk 4:26-34 It is the smallest of all seeds; yet it grows into the biggest shrub of them all.
You can read their thoughts here.