Cycle (A) Maunty Thursday

Ex. 12:1-8, 11-14; 1 Cor. 11:23-26; Jn. 13:1-15
It is the desire of man to leave behind something to commemorate his achievements. Thus after every great victory the Greek constructed trophy in the battle field. ." In ancient Greece, trophies reflected victory in war, and were created on the battlefield at the place where the enemy had been defeated. These trophies included captured arms and standards, and were hung upon a tree or a large stake made to resemble the figure of a warrior. They were inscribed

Cycle (A) Palm Sunday

Is 50:4-7; Phil 2:6-11; Mt 21:1-11, 27:11-54

The contemporaries of Jesus were very familiar with the triumphal processions of the Emperors and Kings.

The Roman triumph was held to publicly celebrate and sanctify the military achievement of an army commander who had won great military successes, or one who had successfully completed a foreign war. On the day of his triumph, the general wore regalia. He rode in a chariot through the streets of Rome in unarmed procession with his army and the

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Cycle (A) 5th Sunday of Lent

Ez 37: 12-14;   Rom 8: 8-11; Jn 11:1-45
There is a scene in the movie Return of the King, based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s saga The Lord of the Rings, in which Aragorn gives the dead soldiers who had deserted their king a chance to regain their honour if they will help to defend the City of Kings which is under attack by evil powers. He enters a cave through a small crevice in the mountain. It is dark and the sound effects make it clear that this is not a pleasant place. He steps over piles of dry bones heaped

Cycle (A) 4th Sunday of Lent

I Sam 16: 1, 6-7, 10-13: Eph 5: 8-14; Jn 9: 1-41
Although we have made tremendous progress in unearthing the laws that govern this universe we live in, there are certain murky areas of our experience that remain unexplained by science.
In certain parts of the world Crop circles formed. They are patterns that are found in fields of rye and corn. The crops are bent near the root to create strange patterns in the field. It is a fact that occurs yearly.