Sunday Readings: Genesis 18.1-10; Colossians 1.24-28; Luke 10.38-42 Jesus entered a village where a woman named Martha welcomed him to her home. She had a sister named Mary, who seated herself at the Lord’s feet and listened to his teachings. Martha, who was busy with all the details of hospitality, came to Jesus and said: Lord, isContinue reading “Gospel Reflection for July 17, 2022 – 16th Sunday Ordinary Time”
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Pray with the Women of Luke!
Meet, reflect, and pray with the women of Luke’s gospel and the Acts of the Apostles, inspiring women of faith, disciples who follow Jesus from the first, whose tables become house churches. Sister Joan and Sister Ansgar collaborate to bring you the women’s stories in word and art. This book is ideal for sharing in smallContinue reading “Pray with the Women of Luke!”
Gospel Reflection for February 7, 2021 – 5th Sunday Ordinary Time
Scripture Readings: Job 7.1-4,6-7; 1 Corinthians 9.1619,22-23; Mark 1.291.29-39 “Immediately after leaving the synagogue, Jesus went to the house of Simon and Andrew with James and John. Simon’s mother-in-law was in bed with a fever. They told him about her at once. Jesus came, took her by the hand, and lifted her up. The fever left her,Continue reading “Gospel Reflection for February 7, 2021 – 5th Sunday Ordinary Time”
Celebrate Women of the Gospel
Today, July 22, is the feast day of Mary Magdalene. Mary Magdalene is first witness to Jesus’ resurrection in all four Gospels. She was among the women from Galilee who follow Jesus and provide for him out of their resources. From early Christianity she has been called “the apostle to the apostles”, the bringer ofContinue reading “Celebrate Women of the Gospel”
Hildegard of Bingen: Patron saint of green and growing
Hildegard was only five years old in 1098 when her parents brought her, their tenth child, to the monastery of St. Disibode. A holy woman named Jutta took the little girl in and taught her Latin and music so she could sing the psalms with the monks and nuns. Jutta also taught Hildegard everything sheContinue reading “Hildegard of Bingen: Patron saint of green and growing”
Lent is here!
Take the time this Lent for holy reading. We recommend these short and easy-to-read books for your Lenten reflection and prayer. They are even better when shared with friends, family, or a faith-sharing group. Lent 2020: A Call to Newness “Use the eyes God gave you.” This short booklet makes seeing a way to reflectContinue reading “Lent is here!”
Holy Women of Luke’s Gospel
Pray with Mary and Anna and other holy women of Luke’s Gospel. Sister Joan and Sister Ansgar collaborate to bring you the women’s stories in word and art. Ideal for sharing in small groups and families. Check out the book and read sample chapters at goodgroundpress.com.
Our Lady of Guadalupe Story
Our Mother Who Art Today is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Read her story. Share it with family and friends. The art and prayer on this page are by Sister Ansgar, CSJ. May you and our whole continent be blessed by the Protectoress of the Americas. Happy feast day! You are the motherContinue reading “Our Lady of Guadalupe Story”
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?”