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Lectio Divina

Each week we post lectio divina aids in the form of quotes from the Church Fathers and other notable authors in relation to the Sunday Gospel. This week there quotes are in relation to the 26th Sunday in Ordinary time (year A). Catena Aurea, Matthew 21:28-32. St. Jerome (340/2-420): He

This week we resume our Lectio Divina series. Each week we post lectio divina aids in the form of quotes from the Church Fathers and other notable authors in relation to the Sunday Gospel. This week there quotes are in relation to the 25th Sunday in Ordinary time (year A).

The Venerable Bede (672/3-735): Here is shown the weakness of the Apostles. . . . He came in the evening, because they would be the most afraid at that time. St. Augustine (354-430): The shut door did not hinder the body, wherein Divinity resided. He could enter without open doors,

Writings of the fathers of the Church, Mt 28:16-20, Ascension Sunday The Venerable Bede (672/3-735): He goes before His disciples into Galilee, because “Christ is risen from the dead, the first fruits of them that slept” (1 Cor 15:20). And they that are Christ’s follow Him, and pass in their

St. John Chrysostom (c. 347-407) the disciples having heard Him say, I go to the Father, and being troubled at the thought of it, He says, “To love Me, is not to be troubled, but to keep My commandments: this is love, to obey and believe in Him who is

Please find below some quotes of the Church Fathers and other theologians in relation to the Gospel of the Third Sunday of Easter (Easter 3A, Lk 24:13-35.): The Venerable Bede (672/3-735): And as they spoke of Him, the Lord comes near and joins them, that He may both influence their