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These reflections on the scripture readings for each week are written and designed especially for scripture prayer groups in Wrexham Diocese as part of St Beuno's Outreach. The groups use Ignatian ways of praying but the reflections can be used by anyone, either individually, or in groups, to deepen their prayer life, reflect on the Liturgy of the Word, prepare for the Sunday Mass, or if they cannot get to Mass for any reason. A new reflection sheet is published each Monday for the following Sunday. 

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The whole community remained faithful to the teaching of the apostles, to the brotherhood, to the breaking of bread and to the prayers. First Reading, Acts 2: 42–47 Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, for his love has no end. Responsorial Psalm...
The Incredulity of Thomas by Caravaggio - painting showing Thomas touching Christ's wounds
We have eaten and drunk with him after his Resurrection. First Reading, Acts 10:34, 37–43 His love has no end. Psalm 117 Now the life you have is hidden with Christ in God. Second Reading,Colossians 3: 1–4 Christ my hope has risen, Sequence He saw...
Daffodils in morning sunshine.
Look, your king comes to you; he is humble, he rides on a donkey. Entrance Gospel, Matthew 21:1–11 (before the procession) Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessings on him who comes in the name of the Lord. Entrance Gospel, Matthew 21:1–11 (before the...
Palm branches
I shall put my spirit in you and you shall live. First Reading Ezekiel 37: 12–14 The Spirit of God has made his home in you. Second Reading Romans 8: 8-11 With the Lord there is mercy and fullness of redemption. Responsorial Psalm, Psalm 129 I am...
Stained glass depicting Mary, Martha and Lazarus dining with Jesus, St Botolph, Aldgate
Rejoice, Jerusalem. Entrance Antiphon God does not see as man sees; man looks at appearances but the Lord looks at the heart. First Reading, Samuel 16:1, 6–7,10–13 If I should walk in the valley of darkness no evil would I fear. You are there with...
Painting from c. 1307 Jesus healing the blind man by Duccio, National Gallery (Creative Commons)
I shall be standing before you there. First Reading Exodus 17:5 Listen to his voice … Harden not your hearts Psalm 94 The love of God has been poured into our hearts Second Reading Romans 5:5 Anyone who drinks the water that I shall give will never...
Sculpture of Jesus and the Samaritan woman at Chester Cathedral - part of a fountain, Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
The Lord loves justice and right and fills the earth with his love. Responsorial Psalm, Psalm 32 Rely on the power of God who has saved us and called us to be holy Second Reading: 2 Timothy 1:8 “Lord”, he said, “it is wonderful for us to be here”...
Mosaic of the Transfiguration scene with Jesus, Moses and Elijah
The Lord God fashioned man … breathed into his nostrils a breath of life, and thus man became a living being. First Reading (Genesis 2: 7–9 , 3:1–7) Give me again the joy of your help; with a spirit of fervour sustain me. Responsorial Psalm (Psalm...
Painting of Christ in the Wilderness by Ivan Kramskoi
I will never forget you. First Reading Isaiah 49:14–15 In God alone is my soul at rest. Responsorial Psalm Trust him at all times. Pour out your hearts before him. Responsorial Psalm The Lord alone is my judge. Second Reading 1 Corinthians 4:1–5 Set...
Meadow.
You must not bear hatred for your brother in your heart. First Reading (Leviticus 19:17) It is he who forgives all your guilt...The Lord is compassion and love, slow to anger and rich in mercy Responsorial Psalm (Psalm 102) Didn’t you realise that...
Sculpture in Northern Ireland of two people reaching out across a divide, representing reconciliation after the Troubles.
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