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Tag Archive for ‘New Testament’

Wednesday 26 June

Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18; Psalm 105; Matthew 7:15-20 A new covenant God made a covenant with Abram, a promise to give him heirs of his own flesh and blood and a vast expanse of land for his inheritance. The people of Israel lived out that covenant as God’s chosen people. Within their history, there was the […]


The quality of being generous – a readiness to give more of something than is strictly necessary or expected.  Oxforddictionaries.com This is a modern-day reflection on the generous widow at the temple in Luke’s gospel. As a sensible kiwi girl I have tried to find a balance between irresponsible giving on the one hand and […]

Mary for Today

Mary in the Year of Faith: ‘Conceived of the Virgin Mary’ Concerning the biblical origins of this traditional belief in the Blessed Virgin, two points need to be noted: 1. Only the virginal conception of Jesus is directly mentioned in the New Testament; 2. As a result, for the New Testament, the emphasis is placed […]