A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Monday 19 September

Proverbs 3:27-34, Ps 15, Luke 8:16-18

The beloved disciple

The Christ of Holy Saturday descends into the disciple’s life and makes of it a seamless garment (John 19:23). The disciple’s psychology, sexuality, and body are re-woven. As the perfect love drives out all fear (1 John 4:18) the disciple becomes centered. The disciple comes to understand his place, and the divine life shines outwardly as a public light. This light shines as a lamp so others may be drawn to the divine love.

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