Everyone remembers a good Bible study. They remember what they learned about a portion of the scriptures, but also how they also shared faith, made new friends, and left with more hope in their hearts. We begin hearing Luke’s story of Jesus’ good news in Advent and continue throughout all of January and February. This is an idealContinue reading “Bible Study: The Gospel of Luke”
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” – Luke 10.38-39 In Sunday’s gospel Mary sits at Jesus’ feet to listen to hisContinue reading “Gospel Reflection for July 21, 2019, 16th Sunday Ordinary Time”
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”
Sister Joan’s new book has arrived! Sister Joan and Sister Ansgar have collaborated for a second time on Gospel women. In both his gospel and in the Acts of Apostles, Luke tells women’s stories — Mary and Martha, the widow of Nain, Mary Magdalene, Phoebe and Priscilla. You will meet them and more in wordContinue reading “NEW ARRIVAL!”
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.
Sister Joan and Sister Ansgar have created a book celebrating the women of Luke’s Gospel. First among them is Mary of Nazareth, whose visit from the angel Gabriel we celebrate today. Click here to find the pages of prayer and reflection on Mary. The entire book, Holy Women of Luke’s Gospel, will be available inContinue reading “Celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation”