Third Sunday of Lent

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Deacon George’s Homily for 3rd Sunday of Lent:

Two strangers, one a man and one a woman, meet at a well outside a town.  They have never met before and should not be meeting at all.  Because one is a Jew travelling through foreign territory, the other is a Samaritan who is on home ground.  Jews and Samaritans have been estranged and hostile for many generations.  And according to their individual cultures, they should remain strangers.  Their meeting could have been short, sharp and hopeless because of their difference in sex, age, personality, background, religion, nationality etc.  And because of the barriers and differences their honest meeting would have been insurmountable.  But he was no ordinary man, and she was no ordinary woman.  The man was Jesus….

Complete Homily for 3rd Sunday of Lent 

Readings for 3rd Sunday of Lent

Daily Prayers Lent 3