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Friday 20th March

Wisdom 2:1,12-22, Ps. 34, John 7:1-2,10,25-30 Jesus: Lunatic, Liar or Lord Every year Jerusalem celebrates the seven day festival of Tabernacles, or booths, commemorating the harvest and God’s provision throughout the Exodus. Jesus travels alone avoiding too much attention. People were fascinated by him, wondering if he was the Messiah but struggled with their preconceptions. […]

The Cross and the Recliner

“The Pieta: the artistic depiction of the Virgin Mary holding the dead Christ after His body is taken down from the cross. The most famous is Michelangelo’s marble statue in St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican.”                                        […]