A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Monday 29 April

St Catherine of Siena

Acts 4: 23-31; Psalm 2; John 3:1-8


The Easter season re-orientates our way of seeing in our world. We are invited to taste the imagination of God, to see risen life in a crucified body, forgiveness in open wounds; and to be so interiorly re-orientated that we are, in fact, born again. Nicodemus knows something has happened and yet can’t comprehend it. He knows that Jesus has come from God; he gets that. But he is still confused. How can an adult be born again? Jesus invites him to lean into the mystery of God, to realise that it is beyond his way of understanding, but for real. Look up at the night sky and ponder the largeness of our God.

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