LISTEN: Reflection for the 5th Sunday of Easter — Year C

Love, love changes everything
Hands and faces, earth and sky 
Love, love changes everything 
How you live and how you die 
Love, can make the summer fly 
Or a night seem like a lifetime 
Yes love, love changes everything 
Now I tremble at your name 
Nothing in the world will ever be the same

The words of this song written by Charles Hart and Don Black, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber for the 1989 musical ‘Aspects of Love’, flooded into my mind as I considered the Gospel for this Sunday.

In John’s Gospel we hear much about the glory of God. That God is glorified in God’s own son, Jesus; as Jesus is glorified in God the Father. Today’s Gospel really shows us the heart of the Johannine community and what they were encouraged to live as they remember the life they shared with Jesus while he lived among them…

Join Ricardo da Silva SJ as he reflects on the readings for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

Read the texts in your Bible or hover your mouse over the references below to see the texts.
Acts 14:21-27; Psalm 145; Revelation 21:1-5; John 13:31-33,34-35

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Fr Ricardo da Silva SJ

Fr Ricardo da Silva SJ was born in Coimbra, Portugal and grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa. He had a career in marketing, communications and brand management before joining the Jesuits in 2007 and has studied communications (SA), philosophy (UK), theology (Brazil) and journalism (USA). He is passionate about liturgical music, communications, and ethics and takes delight in good company and food. He has ministered to a wide range of people in many different contexts, from the elderly to high school and university students, refugees, migrants and the homeless. He has just completed the foundational Master of Science degree at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. @ricdssj
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