Gayle Somers

Gayle Somers

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Gayle Somers is a member of St. Thomas the Apostle parish in Phoenix and has been writing and leading parish Bible studies since 1996. She is the author of three bible studies, Galatians: A New Kind of Freedom Defended (Basilica Press), Genesis: God and His Creation and Genesis: God and His Family (Emmaus Road Publishing). Gayle and her husband Gary reside in Phoenix and have three grown children.

What Jesus Promised at the Last Supper

What Jesus Promised at the Last Supper

The Passion Is an Outbreak of God’s Glory

The Last Supper: An Outbreak of God’s Glory

The Good Shepherd Calls Us to His Flock

The Good Shepherd Calls Us to His Flock

Feed My Sheep: The Hope of St. Peter’s Restoration

The Triumph of Divine Mercy

The Joyful Shocks of Easter

The Joyful Shocks of Easter Sunday

Palm Sunday: Isolation & Innocence

Palm Sunday: Isolation & Innocence

Jesus Can't Be Caught in a Trap

Jesus Can’t Be Caught in a Trap

What the Prodigal Son Teaches Us About Lent

Clinging to the Tree of Jesus Christ: Looking at Hope through St. Augustine

How Fruitful is Our Faith?

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