19th January 2022
Preparing for the Synod: Listening to the gospels
Peter Edmonds SJ surveys how the evangelists portray Jesus, the crowd in its diversity and the apostles, so that we may more fully consider what their relationship reveals about the nature of the Church.
23rd April 2020
Faith and discipleship in the Gospel of Mark
Peter’s profession of faith represents the apex of the story that Mark is telling.
15th April 2020
Celebrating Easter with Peter the Apostle
Our Sunday second readings this Easter are taken from 1 Peter, a letter written to give encouragement to people in exile.
3rd April 2020
Jesus wasn’t killed by the Jews
Nicholas King SJ has contributed to a new book that has been published in response to the shooting in April 2019 at a California synagogue.
6th March 2019
Preparing for Easter with St Paul
Paul helps us prepare for the move in the gospel from the desert of temptations to the mountain of transfiguration, with an extract from his Letter to the Philippians.
23rd February 2018
Discernment in the New Testament
The authors of the New Testament, as they sought to explore what it meant for God to have revealed himself in Christ, had plenty to say about how we can discover where God is, and is not, at work in our lives.
18th May 2017
The Bible and the Common Good
Nicholas King SJ explains why a book on 'The Bible and the Common Good' might be the perfect tool to help ‘people of goodwill’ decide how to cast their vote.
26th May 2016
Paul to the Galatians: Our freedom in Christ
8 Oct: We hear the most-quoted sentence in Galatians: ‘There is no longer Jew or Greek, there is no longer slave or free, there is no longer male and female; for all of you are one in Christ Jesus’.
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