Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – SAM “Snow Day” – 2018

Since our ministerium was unable to hold service today due to the bad weather, I decided to record my sermon anyway on Psalm 119:9-16.

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Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – SAM “Snow Day” – 2018

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Third Sunday in Lent – 2018

Today our readings cover God’s covenant of rescue through Moses, particularly the Ten Commandments. May we all learn to love God and neighbor by obeying the moral commandments of God as an expression of gratitude for Christ’s saving work in our lives.

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Third Sunday in Lent – 2018

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – 2nd Sunday in Lent – 2018

Our readings today point us in the direction of God’s covenants with Abraham. And we are reminded that we are true children of Abraham when we have a living faith in Jesus Christ. (Please forgive my voice, as I am recovering from the flu in this recording.)

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – 2nd Sunday in Lent – 2018

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – First Sunday in Lent – 2018

This Lent, the lectionary bring’s us through God’s covenants in our OT lessons – beginning with Noah. We are reminded that though he doesn’t need us, our Lord loves us and will make sure sin doesn’t destroy his good creation. That’s why he make covenants with us. (Our catechism reminds us of this, too.)

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – First Sunday in Lent – 2018

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Fifth Sunday in Lent – 2017

As we wind down Lent and enter Holy Week, the lectionary presents readings to stoke our hearts’ flames with hope in anticipation of the resurrection!  And that hope stirs us to genuinely pursue God’s call to care for people in body as much as soul, and to care for creation as much as people.

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Fifth Sunday in Lent – 2017

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Fourth Sunday in Lent – 2017

On this Laetare Sunday, we rejoice over the lessons that describe our Lord as a Divine Shepherd of Light.  May we all find reason to be glad in someone who can enlighten us, guide, and free us from sin and death!

Fr. Lenny’s Sermon – Fourth Sunday in Lent – 2017