Encountering the Word: Third Sunday of Easter

In this week’s Encountering the Word video, Jeff Cavins reflects on the readings for the Third Sunday of Easter:

First Reading: Acts 2:14, 22-33
Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 16:1-2, 5, 7-8, 9-10, 11
Second Reading: 1 Peter 1:17-21
Alleluia: Luke 24:32
Gospel: Luke 24:13-35

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Jeff Cavins

For thirty years, Jeff has dedicated his life to developing The Great Adventure, the visually engaging and interactive Bible study system that enables students to understand the chronological flow of Scripture. As the founding host of EWTN’s Life on the Rock, he has been recognized both nationally and internationally as an exciting public speaker who has a deep love for Jesus Christ and who communicates his zeal with clarity and enthusiasm. Jeff, his wife Emily, and their daughters live in Minnesota.

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  • Mary Bacon

    When listening to you talk about the road to Emmaus I was recalling our bus ride, January 2016, and comparing the drive with the beautiful tree and comparing my picture of Jesus and his two companions which I have in my bible study corner. It was easy to put myself in that picture. I feel like going to Holy Communion, ever time, opens my eyes just as it happened in Emmaus 2,000 years ago. I was so privileged to be on your Holy Land Pilgrimage. Off the subject, but when going I think we all think…where will be the place that I find Jesus……and then it hit me……we find him everywhere in Holy Communion. Just as much as here at home as in land where he walked. At the same time it was a wonderful experience being in the places he walked, lived and died. I do worship in a different way after that trip, and am hoping I can do another pilgrimage with you and Emily. I am being called back to experience it in another, even more spiritual, way I believe. Thank you Jeff for how you are changing our spiritual lives.