Lectio Divina: News

Our Lectio group is once again in top form despite the inconveniences of our present times.

You can read some of their thought provoking reflections on the reading for this Sunday here.

Remember, it is never too late to join in. You do not need to offer your thoughts to the group, that is optional. If you want to join in then message the group leaders using the form at the bottom of this page.

Lectio Divina: News

Our wonderfully active Lectio Group has been considering the reading for the 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) Matthew 10: 26-33 ‘Witness to the Gospel without fear’

You can read their thoughts here.

Just a word – these reflections as they arrive in the inbox are often accompanied with kind words of thanks and encouragement intended for the other members of the Lectio Group. I generally do not publish these as they are obviously intended particularly for group members.

If you want to become part of this lively group then please get in contact using the form at the bottom of this page.

Lectio Divina: News

We have a powerful set of reflections today from our Lectio Group. They considered the meaning of John 6:51-58 Jesus is the Bread of Life “Anyone who eats this Bread will live forever”.

You can read their thoughts here. They are very moving.

Lectio Divina: News

Our Lectio Group has been considering the words of John 3:16-18 “God so loved the world!”, the gospel for Holy Trinity Sunday.

This inspiring piece has moved many of the group to share their thoughts which you can read here.

The Trinity is the best community.

Lectio Divina: News

Our faithful and growing, Lectio Group met on-line on Friday and considered the Gospel for Pentecost. You can read their thought here.

If you would like to learn more or take part then why not send an email to the organisers by using the form at the bottom of this page.

Lectio Divina: News

Our very active on-line Lectio Group met on Friday 8th May to consider the reading for the 5th Sunday in Easter Year A. Jn 14:1-12 “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life”.

These are some of their thoughts.

If you would like to learn more about Lectio or join in then please contact us using the form here.

Lectio Divina: News

Our growing on-line Lectio Group met today to consider the Gospel reading for this coming Sunday. Some of them have been kind enough to share their thoughts with us. You can read them here.

If you would like to learn more about Lectio or join in then please contact us using the form here.