Sermons

January
18
2015

Martin Luther King Day

1 Cor 12:4-13: There are varieties of gifts but the same Spirit

As Lionel Delatour drove us from his home to our hotel last Sunday night, taking care to avoid places in the city where crowds...

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January
11
2015

Alternative route home

The wise persons from the East were cosmic scholars who knew their sacred texts, were keen observers of the world around them, were willing to move – take action on the basis of their...

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December
28
2014

Light in our Darkness

Christmas eve we read the story of Jesus’s birth from the Gospel of Luke, finding historic, social, genealogical location of Jesus, in the line of David, witnessed by shepherd, ordinary...

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December
25
2014

Christmas Day 2014: Waiting for light in December Darkness

Ann Weems writes, “The whole world waits in December darkness for a glimpse of the light of God. / Even those who snarl, humbug’ and chase away the carolers have been seen looking...

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December
24
2014

Christmas Eve Midnight Mass: Iconic lives

On Christmas Eve we celebrate the feast of the nativity and it is a time of liminal presence, a time when the carols, special music, flowers, crèche, incense awakens our senses to receive...

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