Browsing the April 2021 archive of Blog

Staying Connected to One Another in Christ

Posted by debbie fields on 4/30/21

  For Sunday, May 2, 2021 5th Sunday of Easter

 Acts 9:26-311 John 3:18-24John 15:1-8

After college, I entered a program in Rome that required me to be away from the country for two years with no possibility of returning home. These were the days before the internet, Zoom, ... Read More »

A Willing Sacrifice

Posted by debbie fields on 4/21/21

  For Sunday, April 25, 2021 4th Sunday of Easter

 Acts 4:8-121 John 3:1-2John 10:11-18

My favorite scene from CS Lewis’ “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” is the one where Aslan is sacrificed by the White Witch. The Christological themes are ripe, worthy of much discussion. What strikes me ... Read More »

Hope for the Resurrection of our Bodies

Posted by debbie fields on 4/14/21

  For Sunday, April 18, 2021 Third Sunday of Easter

 Acts 3:13-15, 17-191 John 2:1-5aLuke 24:35-48

In this last year we’ve all been reminded of our mortality countless times as we’ve watched the COVID-19 pandemic sweep over the world. But as part of the Body of Christ, there is ... Read More »

Blessed are the Believers

Posted by debbie fields on 4/08/21

  For Sunday, April 11, 2021 Second Sunday of Easter, Sunday of Divine Mercy

Acts 4:32-351 John 5:1-6John 20:19-31

St. John, known as the Evangelist, wrote to inspire the faith of others. In this Divine Mercy Sunday’s Gospel, John presents two encounters of the Apostle Thomas coming to embrace ... Read More »