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The Evangelist
Friday, April 27, 2018


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  • True vine and branches
    Last week, our Lord gave us that familiar and clear image of the Good Shepherd to help us in our reflections and prayers. This weekend, we have another great image: a vine and its branches. Jesus is the true vine and, if we are to bear fruit, we have to remain attached to Him. As St. Augustine once wrote: “Without you, Lord, nothing; with you, everything.”
  • Children of the Good Shepherd

    This Sunday is the fourth Sunday in Eastertime. It is also known as “Good Shepherd Sunday.” Our Gospel is always about that favorite image of Jesus as the Good Shepherd.

  • Go out and share the gift
    In the Gospel for this weekend, Jesus questions the disciples: “Why are you troubled and why do questions arise in your hearts?” These could be our feelings, too!
  • Caravaggio looks at Thomas
    On this second Sunday of the Easter season, which is also Divine Mercy Sunday, each year we hear the same Gospel about Jesus' encounter with "doubting Thomas."
  • Three things to consider
    On the last Sunday of Lent, we celebrate Palm Sunday. Jesus' sufferings were foretold in the songs and stories of the Old Testament, particularly in the songs of the suffering servant in the book of the prophet Isaiah.



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