Father John tells a story of a saint we might not like.
Why are some actors in the Gospels named while others are not?
“...once again we're given a reading in which [the disciples] do not come out in a good light.” But they turned out not so badly. What would the world be like if we did as well?
There is nothing new about divorce – even the Bible accepts the fact if not the desirability of divorce. So what is the Christian teaching on the subject?
“What a gospel reading we have this morning”. Father John finds a lot depends upon how one interprets the story.
Who was the greatest disciple of them all? Why did they care? And did it matter to anyone else?
Father John looks into the nature of God.
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Father John finds this morning's Gospel reading is entirely suited to our current level 4 circumstances.
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