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The Promise of Unity, Easter 7 2017

UnityMorsels & Stories: I talked about vacation and Benedictine balance.  I read from Sr Joan Chittister’s commentary on The Rule of Benedict.

 

Sermon: Jesus promises to be with us always, also he ascends to heaven.

 

 

The lessons can be found by clicking here.  I worked most closely with John 17:1-11.

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Sermon Round-Up Easter 7 2014

Bishop Jane preached this Sunday celebration of St. Peter’s 100th anniversary and Bella’s baptism.
I have no idea what I might’ve preached on.

Priest Giroux, Blest be the ties that bind
“I can only testify to my own experience. I feel that presence in the bread and cup of the Eucharist. I feel that presence in the pages of the four Gospels. I feel that presence when I am with other Christians. I feel that presence when I serve the world with you. It’s not the way I would have designed it. I’d prefer something more tangible and physical.”

Priest Romanik, Comeback
“What is significant about the Ascension? What does it tell us about Jesus Christ and the nature of the God we worship? One of the most conspicuous elements of the Ascension is that it is characterized by absence.”

Bishop Fisher, Ascension not #tbt
“Yet the risen Jesus completely ignores this request for a Throwback Thursday.”

(Here’s the list of people I usually listen to. Am I missing someone?)

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