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2014 Mid-Atlantic Congress -- Reflection on the 5th Week of Lent
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5th Sunday in Lent

Sunday Scripture Readings

Ez 37:12-14
Ps 130:1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8
Rom 8:8-11
Jn 11:1-45

Reflecting on the Readings

The following ideas and phrases from this Sunday’s readings stand out.

What phrases or ideas stand out to you and why?

Making Connections

Recall the fifth point that Rev. Bob Barron made during his closing keynote:

  • Stress St. Augustine’s understanding of humanity.
  • It is summed up at the start of the Confessions: "Lord, you have made us for yourself and our heart is restless until we rest in you.”

As you read the Scriptures for the 5th Sunday in Lent and think about the points from Rev. Barron’s presentation, what connections do you see? How are they meaningful to you?

Reflection Questions/Activities

As you reflect on the following, share your thoughts or images on Facebook (#MACongress), Twitter (#MACongress), Instagram, or Pinterest.

Additional Resources

Confessions of St. Augustine

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