The Lord's Day — Sunday Gospel Reflections (14)
Go deeper into the Sunday Gospel, and make "keeping holy the Sabbath" a more important part of your life and a practice in your family, household or community.
In the Jewish tradition, the new day begins at sundown (you'll see this echoed through into the Catholic tradition of having a Sunday Mass on the Saturday evening, for example). Our Lord's Day celebration begins at Saturday's supper with a short time of prayer, a reading of and reflection on the coming Sunday's Gospel reading, and then grace. After supper, a prayer of thanksgiving is said. The reflection on the Gospel is given either a student or one of our formation team. To bookend the Lord's Day, another short time of prayer precedes the Sunday supper grace, and again a prayer of thanksgiving follows supper.
Our director of Assistant Director of Formation, Nicholas Pierlot, explains more in the above video.
- The Lord's Day Prayer - booklet printing layout
(for printing double sided, flipping page on short edge)
- The Lord's Day Prayer - single pages
Student Gospel Reflections:
We invite you to our students and watch/listen to the weekly reflection penned by one of our students! This reflection is shared during our Saturday supper at the start of the Celebration of the Lord's Day.
Second-year student, Zachary Lunghamer, shares a reflection on the Gospel reading for Sunday, November 22, the Solemnity of Christ the King from Matthew 25:30-45 (The Judgment of Nations) as our 2020-2021 series of "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflections continues.
Second-year student, Emilie Edmondson, shares a reflection on Matthew 25:14-30 (The Parable of the Talents) in the inaugural video in our 2020-2021 school year's "The Lord's Day" Sunday Gospel reflection series.
(LAST REFLECTION until SEPTEMBER) Jim Anderson gives a reflection on John 3:16-18 (For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son) as the final part of this school year's our The Lord's Day Sunday Gospel reflection series.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on John 20:19-23 (As the Father sent me, so am I sending you: receive the Holy Spirit) as part of our The Lord's Day Sunday Gospel reflection series.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on Matthew 28: 16-20 ("Go, therefore, make disciples of all the nations; baptize them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit...") as part of our The Lord's Day Sunday Gospel reflection series.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on John 14: 15-21 ("I shall ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate to be with you for ever...") as part of our The Lord's Day Sunday Gospel reflection series.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on John 14: 1-12 ("I am the way, and the truth, and the life") as part of our The Lord's Day Sunday Gospel reflection series.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on John 10: 1-10,
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on Luke 24: 13-35: Jesus reveals his identity to the two disciples after journeying with them to Emmaus.
Nicholas Pierlot gives a reflection on John 20:19-31: Jesus appearing to the apostles in the upper room and Thomas' doubt's dispelled.