You are here:

Biblical Journey

Percorso img sez

This Biblical Journey is organized into five steps, and will help us widen our knowledge of the Third Chapter Calling:


“We will embrace change at all stages in our lives as opportunities for
spiritual healing among us and within ourselves”
 


The stages of the Biblical Journey make reference to an excerpt from the Gospel, presenting ideas for meditation, cultural knowledge from the five cultures in our Congregation, and two questions for reflection. We invite you to use this biblical itinerary for reflection and for personal and community prayer.
 May the Holy Spirit illuminate our circles of life through this path of evangelical meditation. 

p bl 01 0Two women among those who had shared the ministry of Jesus, the same ones who had been under the cross and gone to his place of burial, they now come to visit the tomb, not to perform any ritual, but probably just motivated by their desire to...

tap 2 0The Gospel of Mark ends in a disconcerting and outrageous note. It is the only Gospel that despite mentioning the announcement of the resurrection, does not tell us of any encounters with the Risen Jesus. Before our eyes we find these...

3pb 00Two of the Master’s disciples distance themselves from Jerusalem by hitting the road toward the village of Emmaus. Suddenly, the unexpected happens: a stranger comes up and begins to walk with them. By asking some questions he...

4pb 00In John’s Gospel we find Mary of Magdala going to the tomb by herself and doing so for no particular reason.  She is not bringing oil to anoint the body of Jesus, since that had already taken place in the fourth Gospel...

5pb 00“I will make you fishers of men” (Mt 4:19) – That was the first word of Jesus to Peter and the first ones He had called to follow him. In the Gospels, the symbolism of fishing often refers to the reality of the mission enfolded in each call...