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Hearing the Word

Hearing the Word

Through a weekly series of email newsletters, subscribers will benefit from brief commentaries that offer scholarly and popular insights on the scripture readings for the Sunday liturgy. The newsletter will launch at the beginning of the 2025 liturgical year and create the content for our blog Within the Word.  

The blog commentaries serve as aids in hearing the word, specifically the Sunday readings, and understanding how the Word of God relates to life in today’s world.

Like every successful blog, Within the Word needs two things:  writers and readers …  

Through a weekly series of email newsletters,  clergy and faithful will benefit from brief commentaries that offer scholarly and popular insights on the Scripture readings for the Sunday liturgy.

Commentaries will also be archived as blog posts that can be accessed at any time.

The series commences in November with the beginning of the 2025 Liturgical Year … and will continue annually for the entire three-year cycle of Sunday readings.

Follow the links below to receive your free commentaries … and be prepared to “Hear the Word” anew each week!

Hearing the Word

Through a weekly series of email newsletters, subscribers will benefit from brief commentaries that offer scholarly and popular insights on the scripture readings for the Sunday liturgy. The newsletter will launch at the beginning of the 2025 liturgical year and create the content for our blog Within the Word.  

The blog commentaries serve as aids in hearing the word, specifically the Sunday readings, and understanding how the Word of God relates to life in today’s world.

Like every successful blog, Within the Word needs two things:  writers and readers …  

Through a weekly series of email newsletters,  clergy and faithful will benefit from brief commentaries that offer scholarly and popular insights on the Scripture readings for the Sunday liturgy.

Commentaries will also be archived as blog posts that can be accessed at any time.

The series commences in November with the beginning of the 2025 Liturgical Year … and will continue annually for the entire three-year cycle of Sunday readings.

Follow the links below to receive your free commentaries … and be prepared to “Hear the Word” anew each week!

Within the Word is your blog archive to access all Scripture commentaries for the liturgical year.

woman with laptop
WRITERS NEEDED!

Both scholarly and practical contributions from anyone willing to share their thoughts on what the Sunday scripture readings mean and how they are meaningful:

Are you open to …

     + sharing how God’s Word speaks to you on a personal level?

     + explaining how the ancient text tells the story of God’s Good News?

     + contextualizing the divine Word to 21st century experiences?

Yes??  Click to learn about $$ compensation $$ and more!

COMMENTARY SERIES
READERS NEEDED!

Interested in a deeper connection to the Gospels?  You’ve come to the right place!

“Hearing the Word” is much more than a passive auditory experience.  This program is about opening wide your understanding of the Gospels …

     + Why did Matthew begin his Gospel with Jesus’ family tree?

     + Were the Apostles literally given the power to heal?  

     + What does a mustard see have to do with me?

Signup for weekly emails that breathe life into the Word in your life!

Within the Word is your blog archive to access all Scripture commentaries for the liturgical year.

woman with laptop
WRITERS NEEDED!

Both scholarly and practical contributions from anyone willing to share their thoughts on what the Sunday scripture readings mean and how they are meaningful:

Are you open to …

+ sharing how God’s Word speaks to you on a personal level?

+ explaining how the ancient text tells the story of God’s Good News?

+ contextualizing the divine Word to 21st century experiences?

Yes??  Click to learn about $ compensation $ and more!

COMMENTARY SERIES
READERS NEEDED!

Interested in a deeper connection to the Gospels?  You’ve come to the right place!

“Hearing the Word” is more than a passive auditory experience.  It is about opening wide your understanding of the Gospels …

+ Why did Matthew begin his Gospel with Jesus’ family tree?

+ Were the Apostles literally given the power to heal?  

+ What does a mustard see have to do with me and my life??

Signup for weekly emails that breathe life into the Word in your life!

Within the Word is your blog archive to access all Scripture commentaries for the liturgical year.

woman with laptop
WRITERS NEEDED!

Both scholarly and practical contributions from anyone willing to share their thoughts on what the Sunday scripture readings mean and how they are meaningful:

Are you open to …

+ sharing how God’s Word speaks to you on a personal level?

+ explaining how the ancient text tells the story of God’s Good News?

+ contextualizing the divine Word to 21st century experiences?

Yes??  Click to learn about $ compensation $ and more!

COMMENTARY SERIES
READERS NEEDED!

Interested in a deeper connection to the Gospels?  You’ve come to the right place!

“Hearing the Word” is more than a passive auditory experience.  It is about opening wide your understanding of the Gospels …

+ Why did Matthew begin his Gospel with Jesus’ family tree?

+ Were the Apostles literally given the power to heal?  

+ What does a mustard see have to do with me and my life??

Signup for weekly emails that breathe life into the Word in your life!

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