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    Sermon, First Sunday in Lent, 2024

    Christ endured the fasting and temptation in the wilderness out of love for us.  He endured torture and death out of love for us.  He rose and ascended to heaven where He sits at the right hand of God interceding in love for us.  But yet He also knew that the joy to be had when humanity and God are once again united in the world to come was worth all of the agony that He endured.  In our lives, we are blessed with sublime moments that allow us to glimpse God, that allow us a foreshadowing of that blessed joy that will one day be ours in its entirety. …

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    Sermon, Quinquagesima Sunday, 2024

    The epistle lesson this Sunday is St. Paul’s masterful ode to love, 1 Corinthians 13.  In love we allow ourselves and our plans to be interrupted by others.  Jesus demonstrated such love when He paused during His final journey to Jerusalem to heal a blind man.  However, the disciples in their ambitions, could not be interrupted by the plans Jesus set before them.  They were committed to their own plans so that they could not comprehend what Jesus had to do to redeem the world.  May we deny our own ambitions to listen to our Lord and follow Him in service to all. Propers      Manuscript

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