On this day when we remember our mothers, let us offer our prayers to Jesus, the son of Mary. Continue Reading…
The following is a reflection on Acts 16:16, the Gospel lesson appointed for the seventh Sunday after Easter, year C, according to the Revised Common Lectionary.
You know that overpowering-intoxicating feeling when you’re annoyed?
And I don’t mean righteous indignation or anger over injustice. I mean being annoyed.
Quite frankly, I’m annoyed right now. Not for any good reason mind you. And certainly not for any righteous
I’m just plain annoyed.
The fact that my state of annoyance can serve a homiletical/ exegetical purpose tickles me. Not enough to lift my annoyance mind you.
But, I’m amused. Or, at least, I amuse myself.
Anyway. . . in the first paragraph of the lesson from Acts this week Paul is “very much annoyed.” Continue Reading…