Tag Archives: #PalmSunday

Obedient to the Point

What is your tipping point for following Christ, for declaring your faith, for laying down your will?  We all have them.  When life’s challenges arise is when those boundaries become clear.  Do we only sing Hosannas when all is well … Continue reading

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In the Shadow of the Cross

Palm Sunday is an odd event emotionally. We witness two Gospel incidents that are juxtaposed during one mass–a triumph celebration and a horrific death, both of one man. As listeners to the Word, we go from a high of singing … Continue reading

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For Others

The Lord needs a colt this Palm Sunday, and equally as important he needs someone to do him the favour of going to get one. St. Ignatius believed that humble service was essential. Our lives must be for others, for … Continue reading

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