LISTEN: Reflection for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time — Year C

St Francis of Assisi is reputed to have said: ‘Go and preach, if necessary use words.’

As the disciples were trusted to prepare the way in the various towns for Jesus, we are trusted to prepare our own contexts; families, work places and communities for people to be able to be more receptive to hearing God. Where the timing isn’t right or people aren’t ready, Jesus is not asking us to bang our heads against a brick wall. Instead we are to go to where the harvest is ripe for the picking.  ‘For the harvest is rich but the labourers are few.’

Join Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell as she reflects on the readings for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time — Year C.

Read the texts in your Bible or hover your mouse over the references below to see the texts.
Isaiah 66:10-14; Psalm 66; Galatians 6:14-18; Luke 10:1-12,17-20

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Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell

Dr Annemarie Paulin-Campbell has worked in the area of Ignatian Spirituality for 19 years and heads up the work of the Jesuit Institute School of Spirituality. Her primary focus is the training and supervision of spiritual directors and the giving of retreats. She is also a registered Psychologist and her PhD focused on the interface between Christian Spirituality and Psychology. Annemarie is an editorial advisor to “The Way” journal of Spirituality and has authored a number of articles relating to the training of Spiritual Directors in an African context. She has contributed to several books, most recently co-authoring a book of Lenten Reflections: “Long Journey to the Resurrection”. She has contributed to international conferences and consultations in Spirituality in the United Kingdom; the United States; Rome; Spain, Ethiopia, Kenya and Zimbabwe. @annemariepc_c
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