Post Easter reflections 2019

Each Sunday Reflection can be found below for you to download/print

Sunday reflections from Easter – Pentecost  

To deepen our understanding of Gospel nonviolence, we invited seven members of Pax Christi to explore the powerful readings for the Sundays after Easter – readings that tell us something of the struggle of the early Christian communities to create a life-path for themselves built on the life and witness of Jesus.

Their reflections are short and personal and each of them has something to offer on the vocation we all have to be people of nonviolence.

Available below in colour PDF or simple WORD format.

 

2nd Sunday Apocalypse Now: Our Passport for Life, written by Fr. Gerry McFlynn (word / PDF)

3rd SundayFollow me, witness to peace, forgiveness and reconciliation written by John Williams (word / PDF)

4th Sunday – Religious Lives beyond exclusion written by David McLoughlin (word / PDF)

5th Sunday Braced to take the strain written by Paul McGowan (word / PDF)

6th Sunday The simple laws: be nonviolent, welcome the stranger written by Henrietta Cullinan (word / PDF)

7th Sunday To be won over by Christ’s Gospel of peace written by Fr. Rob Esdaile (word / PDF)

Pentecost Sunday Feeling a presence that disturbs written by Sr Katrina Alton (word / PDF)

 

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