Reflections on the Common Lectionary, Cycle B
Reflections on the Common Lectionary
Reflections on the Common Lectionary.
During Ordinary time, the season after Pentecost, it might appear that not much is going on, ecclesially speaking.
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle A
These Easter readings line out the new life lived by the community of Jesus. They show, on the one hand, that Easter life is dangerous and demanding.
Jesus says, receive the Holy Spirit, whom you cannot control. Diversity is an essential attribute of a Spirit-filled church.
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle A.
Reflect;ion on the Revisd Common Lectionary, Cycle A: Transfiguration, False Desire to LIfe, Can We Start Again, and High-Water Mark.
We enter into a season focused on Christ’s human possibility as a defiant alternative to the human self proposed by the dominant values of our culture.
Epiphany is the exhibit of Jesus in the world. The early church was utterly enthralled by Jesus, but did not find it so easy to characterize him.