Picture above: looking from the monastery on Skellig Michael towards Little Skellig.
This outstanding website is an international Jesuit outreach of Saint Louis University in the USA. The Sunday Website supplies the coming Sunday’s readings, prayers for contemplation on these readings, aspects of spirituality found in them, and relevant background information. It is an immensely valuable resource for homelists and laity alike. Since the Catholic Lectionary and the Revised Common Lectionary proclaim the same readings on many Sundays of the year, this is a valuable ecumenical resource for clergy and laity from Catholic and Protestant traditions alike.
Kieran O'Mahony, OSA is an Irish Augustinian friar, author and distinguished Biblical scholar. He founded the website Tarsus.ie, which provides a host of rich biblical resources for anyone seeking to deepen their knowledge and appreciation of the Scriptures. Visitors to the site can also sign up for a free weekly email in which Fr Kieran carries out a forensic exploration of the Old and New Testament readings for the following Sunday. This is valuable for laypeople and homilists alike. Each week, by kind permission, we provide a link to a PDF of Fr Kieran's notes for the following Sunday. You can sign up for the weekly email to avail of even wider resources. Click here for Fr Kieran's commentary on these readings
Sermons That Work is a ministry of the Episcopal Church’s Office of Communication. It provides free sermons, Bible studies, bulletin inserts, and other resources that speak to congregations across the Church. Writers and readers come from numerous and varied backgrounds, and the resources provided are used in small house churches, sprawling cathedrals, and everything between