Gospel Reflections

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sister Denise Curry, SNDdeN

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sister Denise Curry, SNDdeN

June 23, 2024 Mark 4: 35-41 My childhood home was on Divinity Street. And on our block lived a family with 12 children: there were 6 girls and 5 boys. Then another boy came along, so they called him Stephen because Stephen made it even. Except for Steven, we didn’t...

Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sister Priscilla Aliu, SNDdeN

Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time – Sister Priscilla Aliu, SNDdeN

June 9, 2024 Mark 3: 20-35 Jesus lived for his father’s mission on earth. He spent himself for the world that our brokenness might be healed so as to retrace our steps back to the love of God our father. In Jesus’ unrelenting efforts to save the people, some did not...

Holy Trinity Sunday – Sister Marie Tighe, SNDdeN

Holy Trinity Sunday – Sister Marie Tighe, SNDdeN

May 26, 2024 Matthew 28: 16-20 Today in the Gospel Jesus reveals to us the names of the three Persons in the Trinity; Father; Son; and Holy Spirit. In Scripture, great power and significance are attached to names. In the Book of Genesis this is apparent when God gives...

Pentecost Sunday – Virginia Scally, SNDdeN

Pentecost Sunday – Virginia Scally, SNDdeN

May 19, 2024 John 20: 19-23 “Peace be with you.” This greeting of Jesus was indeed, a repetition of his Last Supper wish! But “a lot of water has gone under the bridge” since then: his unbelievable betrayal and arrest, the sham of a trial, the  rejection of Jesus by...

Sixth Sunday of Easter – Liane Delsuc,  SNDdeN

Sixth Sunday of Easter – Liane Delsuc, SNDdeN

May 5, 2024 John 15: 9-17 John 15:9-17   A Call,a Challenge, a Promise In today’s gospel, we hear a call, a challenge, a promise from Jesus.  The reading invites us to reflect on the incredible mystery of Love revealed by Jesus and our response to it. Jesus says,...