Gift Idea from Good Ground Press

For the “What should I get her?” person on your list: new books on the holy women in the gospels of Mark and Luke. This is the gospel story in four simple bites — the woman and Jesus in art, a short commentary, suggestions of ways to connect these stories with our own lives, and prayer inContinue reading “Gift Idea from Good Ground Press”

Is Your Bible Study Ready to Go?

If you mean to start a bible study in your parish or among your friends, we can help. This fall the Sunday Gospels are all from Luke. We have three books that are bible-study friendly. Luke’s Gospel: Written for Us is a short, easy to use introduction to Luke’s best parables and stories. Guaranteed toContinue reading “Is Your Bible Study Ready to Go?”

Holy Women, Pray for Us

These small books invite you to pray with the women of the Gospels. Their stories testify that women were always there with Jesus. Ideal for your personal prayer or to share with a small group. Sample chapters are online at goodgroundpress.com. You can order online or call Good Ground Press at 800-232-5533. 4.75″x9″. 1-10 copies,Continue reading “Holy Women, Pray for Us”

Summer with the Gospel Women

It’s almost summer. A good time for being with family, relaxing a little, and nourishing your soul. We suggest bringing the holy women of the Gospels into your life this summer. Here is what some of our readers say:               Take a look at the Holy Women books yourself. There are sample pages at goodgroundpress.com.Continue reading “Summer with the Gospel Women”

Holy Women, Full of Grace

Start seeing the women in the Gospels. Meet the women in Mark’s Gospel in both word and illustration and pray with them. 32 pages. 1-9, $8 each; 10-99, $7 each. Click here to order online or call Good Ground Press at 800-232-5533.  

Gospel Reflection for November 18, 2018, 33rd Sunday Ordinary Time

Sunday Readings: Daniel 12.1-3; Hebrews 10.11-14,18; Mark 13.24-32 “The heavens and the earth will pass away but my words will not.” – Mark 13.31 Sunday’s gospel contains two answers to the question of when Jesus will come again. One answer is very soon, in this generation, and the second is no one knows. We live duringContinue reading “Gospel Reflection for November 18, 2018, 33rd Sunday Ordinary Time”

Gospel Reflection for November 11, 2018, 32nd Sunday Ordinary Time

Sunday Readings: 1 Kings 17.10-16; Hebrews 9.24-28; Mark 12.38-44 In the course of his teaching, Jesus said, “Beware of the scribes, who like to go around in long robes and accept greetings in the marketplaces, seats of honor in synagogues, and places of honor at banquets. They devour the houses of widows and, as a pretext,Continue reading “Gospel Reflection for November 11, 2018, 32nd Sunday Ordinary Time”

Holy Women, Full of Grace

Women were always there with Jesus. Holy Women, Full of Grace invites you to pray with Jesus’ mother, the generous widow, Jairus’s daughter, and many other gospel women, names and unnamed. An ideal gift. Only $8! View the Table of Contents. View the Introduction. View a sample chapter. Click here to order online or callContinue reading “Holy Women, Full of Grace”

Gospel Reflection for November 4, 2018, 31st Sunday Ordinary Time

Scripture Readings: Deuteronomy 6.2-6; Hebrews 7.23-28; Mark 12.28-34 A scribe ask Jesus, “What is the greatest of all the commandments?” Jesus answers, “The greatest of all the commandments is ‘Hear, O Israel, the Lord your God is Lord alone. Therefore, love the Holy One your God with all your soul, with all your mind, and withContinue reading “Gospel Reflection for November 4, 2018, 31st Sunday Ordinary Time”

Gospel Reflection for October 28, 2018, 30th Sunday Ordinary Time

Sunday Readings: Jeremiah 31.7-9; Hebrews 5.1-6; Mark 10.46-52 Jesus said to Bartimaeus, “What do you want me to do for you?” The blind man said to Jesus, “Teacher, let me see again.” “Go, your faith has healed you,” Jesus said to him. At once Bartimaeus was able to see and followed Jesus up the road  – Mark 10.51-52Continue reading “Gospel Reflection for October 28, 2018, 30th Sunday Ordinary Time”