TagTrinity Sunday

Reflection: Black Lives Matter (Trinity Sunday)


It’s no surprise the black community is tired of such injustices or angry at years of oppression: the aggressive unlawful arrests that end up in the murder of Black people is only the tip of the iceberg. We haven’t achieved equality for all people: we live in a world which has systems and successes that stem from exploitation of people all around the world. And it’s not just an American problem...

Prayer (Trinity Sunday)


Mysterious God,
unobtainable, incomprehensible, unfathomable,
yet closer to us than any other.
Take our questions and our doubts
use them to grow our faith in you,

Gospel Reflection (Trinity Sunday)


(Matthew 28:16-20) ‘But some doubted’. Seriously? After all Jesus had said and done? His miracles, his teaching, his death, his resurrection! I’d like to think if I was there and had seen with my own eyes, I’d have believed. But, of course, faith doesn’t mean we have it all worked out and all our questions answered. Something about our makeup, our design, wants to know more, to understand...