His question gives them a chance to express their feeling at their lack of success.
Note the physicality of today’s gospel: hearts, hands, feet, mouth, eyes, and human feelings: peace, alarm, fright, agitation, doubt
FFF gatherings in cafes and bars have begun, following the disciples talking together on the road
“Go and find the others” with a practical suggestion for how FFF readers might do this
I think most of us find Lenten penance easier than Easter living.
Easter is the centre, the core, the meaning of all human existence
Something strange is happening – there is a great silence on earth today
Does it seems odd to title today’s reflection for Good Friday THE Comedy?
I feel a bit torn today between the solemnity of the Holy Thursday commemoration of the Last Supper, and April Fools Day
All things both good and bad, begin in a single moment.
The disciples do not feel abandoned. They do not consider Jesus to have disappeared far away but are convinced of a new presence of Jesus.
The essential things in life are seen not with the eyes, but with the heart.
Healthy doubt develops faith that is rooted in God and grounded
The ONE who brings us together is Jesus Christ, risen, present and active among us.