The following are homilies, images, clipart, videos, and multimedia slides you might find useful for your celebration of the Fifth Sunday of Lent (Year A).
In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead to show that He is indeed the resurrection and the life – that whoever believes in Him, even if he dies, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in Him will never die.
- Euchalette for the 5th Sunday of Lent [Word and Life Publications]
- Fifth Sunday of Lent [Claretian Publications]
Jesus Raises Lazarus From The Dead
- “Did I not tell you that if you would believe you would see the glory of God!” [Daily Scripture Readings & Meditations]
What is the significance of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead? It is more than a miraculous event. It is a “sign” of God’s promise to raise up all who have died in Christ to everlasting life. Read more…
- Fifth Sunday of Lent [Catholic Doors]
Today’s Gospel reading sends out two messages to those who hear it. First of all, through our living faith in Jesus, all our physical bodies will be raised in the final resurrect. Secondly, especially now with the approaching of Easter Sunday, we are called to symbolically resurrect from sin to grace by partaking in the Sacrament of Confession to cleanse our souls so they may be pleasing to God, now and forever. Read more…
To view and download their full size versions, please click on the images or the names of the artists/sources.
Resurrection & Life by Fr. Stephen, MSC
Jesus raised Lazarus by kiro haleem
Jesus Raises Lazarus by LBS Images
by Misioneros Del Sagrado Corazón (Perú)
by Maximino Cerezo