Holy Week – It’s Not Over Yet

Guest post by Esmey Herscovitch RSCJ for Holy Week. There is a little book by Brendan Lovett entitled It’s Not Over Yet … Christological Reflections on Holy Week. At this time of Holy Week we are aware of the experiences of Jesus some two thousand years ago – experiences of fickleness, infidelity, ridicule, mockery, humiliation, […]

Holy Week call to Step Outside Ourselves

“Holy Week challenges us to step outside ourselves so as to attend to the needs of others: those who long for a sympathetic ear, those in need of comfort or help. We should not simply remain in our own secure world, that of the 99 sheep who never strayed from the fold, but we should […]

Holy Thursday

How can we wash the feet of those who have no feet? This statue is at the Jesuit Refugee Service reflection centre in Siem Reip in Cambodia. Many Cambodians lost limbs to land mines during the war, and unexploded cluster bombs are still harming ordinary people. If we wish to wash the feet of these […]