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 – 4th July 2021

2 Corinthians 12:7-10
We are all too aware of our weaknesses and limitations – and it is normal to be more aware of our failures than our successes. The same is true of St. Paul – but he realises that it is only in recognising and accepting our weaknesses that we let God’s strength work in us.

Paul on Paul – 14th February 2021

1 Corinthians 10:31 – 11:1
It is never easy to act as a Christian in the fullest sense. We are tasked with being humble ans attentive to the needs of others – whomever they may be. That is a duty St. Paul takes up in this Sunday’s reading too.

Paul on Paul – 24th January 2021

1 Corinthians 7:29-31
This Sunday, specially devoted to the Word of God, we are encouraged to examine our relationship and understanding of the Bible. This Sunday’s 2nd reading provides a great opportunity to do just that.

Paul on Paul – 17th January 2021

1 Corinthians 6:13c-15a, 17-20
In this week’s Passage, Paul give a particulary warnign to the Corinthians about misuse of the Body they have been given. While it is not ‘evil’ it must be used properly. This is a lesson we can take to heart as well!