Our passage from Luke finds us with Jesus speaking to his disciples. He has already died and arisen, and has appeared to two disciples along the way to Emmaus.
As you walk through the Lions’ Gate, known formerly as the Sheep Gate, you enter the Muslim quarter of Jerusalem.
We return to that holy scene of the Last Supper in today’s Gospel passage. Jesus has finished washing the disciples’ feet and we have been made aware that Judas is to betray him.
Our story in Acts tells us about a woman named Tabitha, a disciple known for her devotiont o good works and acts of charity.
Readings: Acts 9:1-6, (7-20); Psalm 30; Revelation 5:11-14; John 21:1-19