This final week before Pentecost we are reminded that God’s message of salvation is corroborated as true.
As we mark the Ascension of our Lord, we are reminded of what heaven really is.
In our lessons from this past Sunday, we come to realize that the message of the Risen Christ is a message that can give us true joy!
A homiletic double-header this post.
Week 4 of Easter we are reminded that Christ has a message that addresses our interactions with enemies.
Week 5 of Easter we are reminded that Christ’s message is for everybody.
This third week of Eastertide message of the Risen Christ is one of repentance and forgiveness.
God has a message for the doubter in our lectionary readings this week…and it’s one that deals with the real enemy of faith: fear. Find out how genuine community, Scripture, and honesty make it easier for faith to flourish.
Last night at St Bartholomew’s we looked into the OT lessons of Abraham, Moses, and Ezekiel and the Gospel as a framework for the meaning of the vigil and renewing our baptismal vows.
This morning at St Francis, with the baptism of Nolan Rose, we recalled how the messages proclaimed by Sts. Peter, Paul, and Mary Magdalene were fulfilled in Christ and in us in the sacrament of baptism.