Fourth Sunday of Lent
When our twin granddaughters were born almost ten years ago, all eyes were on Ellie at just two pounds. At four months, we shifted our focus on Gemma when a cataract was discovered on her left eye. Within two days, the cataract was surgically removed. Never have I seen the medical community move so quickly; the longer a cataract remains, the less chance of the eye connecting with the brain, causing blindness.
The blog on this page presents reflections on the Sunday readings through the lens of a parent/grandparent, aiding leaders of the domestic church in their vital task as “first heralds” or “first preachers” of the Good News in the home.