Paul on Paul – 2nd January 2022

hesians 3:2-3A, 5-6
This Sunday invites us to think about gifts – be they from Wise Men or not. The 2nd Reading focuses on the Gift of Faith – whcih we recieve, yes, from people in our lives – but one that, ultimately, comes from God.

Paul on Paul – 8th August 2021

Ephesians 4:30 – 5:2
This Sunday’s 2nd Reading seems to set an impossible standard; but while St. Paul warns us to control our anger, more important is how we resolve that anger, and do not let it linger, but forgive our neighbour.

Paul on Paul – 1st August 2021

Ephesians 4: 17, 20-24
This Sunday’s 2nd Readings reminds us that, as Christians, we have a duty to live our new life in Christ, but we can sometimes forget that, for many different reasons.

Paul on Paul – 25th July 2021

Ephesians 4:1-6
When we are Baptimed we inherit the promises and duties of God – to act as Christ in all ways: as Priest in Faith; as Prophet to the World; and as King to Others. St Paul, however, reminds us on the duty to act as One in the Lord.

Paul on Paul – 14th March 2021

Ephesians 2:4-10
In a Lenten Sunday of particular rejoycing – we pass half-way point of Lent. With that, we can begin to see over the brow of the hill to Easter, and what that means for us and our understanding of God’s lasting great gift to us – the Eucharist.

Paul on Paul – 3rd January 2021

Colossians 3:12-21
“Wives, give way to your husbands” is a bible verse that is often criticised and used to attack the Church and her teachings – but that is because it is misunderstood. Much like being part of a family, taking time, working past our initial instincts and trying to think about what the other person would have meant – we can learn a deep and valuable lesson.