Join Kath Petrie, Cynthia Piper, and Chris Duthie-Jung in conversation with Fr Merv Duffy reflecting on the readings for Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Read these scriptures at this link.
I try not to repeat these daily Lenten posts year to year but there are times when the same scriptures pop up annually and I realise that I can’t write it better than I did last year. Today is one such day, not only because of the thought I share but even more in the comments that are added by FFF readers. Today I have left some of last year’s comments helping us to appreciate the power of today’s readings.
Thank you all for your insights into the Readings for this coming week, providing us all with the chance to hear the Reading for this coming week with new “eyes”, ears and heart. Many blessings on you all
A lively conversation on sin and forgiveness. The line “We are trying to sell them a saviour” in reference to so many people today who are not interested in sin or being saved is well worth pondering. By linking an experience of mercy and unconditional love may well be the turning point for some. Thanks everyone for opening up some new observations in relation to the three “lost” stories.