A Reflection for Third Sunday of Lent

We await the conclave. We anticipate a new Pope, a new personality at the helm of the Barque of Peter, a new direction for the Church. Will our Church move with the times and accommodate the age we live in? Will the preservation of dogma and tradition be the paramount priority?

A Reflection for Second Sunday of Lent

For years I was unable to ‘connect’ with the story of the Transfiguration of Jesus. When I had to build a homily around it, I was ill-at-ease and uncertain how to deal with it or how to present it. You already know the story, but I want to set the scene for my reflection...

A Reflection for the First Sunday of Lent

Lent may not be taken as seriously as it once was. But for someone who wants to commit to the Christian way of life it has huge significance. That significance comes from today’s gospel which tells us of the fact that Christ, as he was about to embark on his life’s work to bring the good news to all, prepared himself by going into the desert to pray, fast and reflect.