"The Disciples give Fish to the Risen Lord to eat" from the medieval polychromed choir screen of Notre Dame de Paris. Image by Lawrence OP via Flickr; licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.
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Third Sunday of Easter
Luke 24:36b-48 Commentary
by Jacob Myers
Have you ever read the book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum?
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Acts 3:12-19 Commentary
by Coleman Baker
One of the primary themes of Acts, I am convinced, is the expansion of boundaries that separate individuals and group.1
Psalm 4 Commentary
by James Limburg
The Gospel reading for this Sunday picks up the story of Jesus after the resurrection.
1 John 3:1-7 Commentary
by Nijay Gupta
In the overture (John 1:1-51) of the symphonic Fourth Gospel, a clear chord is struck that emphasizes the welcoming and adoption of those who embrace Jesus Christ, Son of God: “But to all who received ...
by Karoline Lewis
April 19, 2015
“You are witnesses of these things” (Luke 24:48; Acts 3:15).
We certainly are. Thanks for the reminder, Jesus.
Because we need reminders of the resurrection -- and ...
SB414 - Third Sunday of Easter
Discussion on texts for Third Sunday of Easter (April 19, 2015): (Gospel) Luke 24:36b-48; (First Reading) Acts 3:12-19; Psalm 4; (Second Reading) 1 John 3:1-7.