We would like to introduce a new christian website we came across recently. It is titled ‘Looking To Sunday’. This website contains Reflections and Homilies related to the Sunday scripture readings proclaimed in the Roman Catholic Church during the course of the year.
Website URL :Â www.lookingtosunday.com
Once there on the Looking To SundayÂ website, you can use the top horizontal navigation menu which has links to this sunday, past sundays/archive, recorded homilies, signup and about us.
REFLECTIONS -Â The website contains the weekly reflection sent by email to subscribers of LOOKING TO SUNDAY Â®. This short reflection is designed to help readers prepare to hear and to live the Gospel that will be proclaimed at Mass the coming Sunday. In addition, an archive of past reflections is available. To subscribe to this free service, please click on SIGN UP.
HOMILIES -Â The website also contains audio versions of homilies for Sundays and holy days. Many of these homilies develop the thoughts contained in the weekly email LOOKING TO SUNDAY.
AboutÂ Looking To Sunday website
Christians are people who look to Sunday.Â Sunday was the first day of creation, the day on which God created the light that broke the darkness.
Easter Sunday was the day when Jesus, the Light of the World, shattered the darkness of the tomb and rose to life.Â Pentecost Sunday was the day the Spirit rushed upon the Apostles and drove them beyond their fears to proclaim the Good News.Â And each Sunday, that same Spirit assembles Godâ€™s Church to hear the Word and to share the Bread and Cup of Life.
This website, LOOKING TO SUNDAY, looks to the Sunday readings for hope, encouragement, inspiration, wisdom, and direction. For in those readings, above all in the Gospel, we meet Jesus Christ â€“ the Way, the Truth and the Life.
This website contains the weekly reflection sent out by email to all subscribers to LOOKING TO SUNDAY. This short reflection is designed to help the reader prepare to hear and to live the Gospel that will be proclaimed at Mass the coming Sunday. In addition, an archive of past reflections is available.
This website also contains audio versions of past homilies for Sunday and holy days found in the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar. By looking to what was preached on past Sundays, we can find hope and inspiration, as well as challenge and motivation to more faithfully live as followers of Jesus Christ.
By looking to what is proclaimed and preached on Sunday we can find the hope, inspiration and strength we need to more faithfully live as followers of Jesus Christ.Â As Christians, Sunday is our day, and by â€œlooking to Sundayâ€ we grow, little by little, Sunday by Sunday, into those Christians the Lord calls us to be!