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rally around the centre: reclaiming the old quadrilateral inwardly digest 73
jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom inwardly digest 66
take, eat, and remember inwardly digest 39
it is finished inwardly digest 30
someday... inwardly digest 26
take, eat: 4 ways to reclaim the spirituality of our food inwardly digest 73
in memoriam donald c latham inwardly digest 43
we are not left behind inwardly digest 38
so that the world may know... inwardly digest 45
the blood of the martyrs...a requiem for orlando inwardly digest 64
what has straw in common with wheat? inwardly digest 52
the beginning of faith is humility. inwardly digest 51
in defense of lace albs: 5 things about traditional vestments and the priests who wear them inwardly digest 107
reconciliation: not what you think it means inwardly digest 59
we need temples inwardly digest 31
the real reason we burn incense: it isn't merely symbolic. inwardly digest 74
god doesn't throw away tarnished silver inwardly digest 55
invite them inwardly digest 27
the requiem mass inwardly digest 32
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in 1870, less than five years since the end of the american civil war, william reed huntinton, then rector of all saints church, worcester, massachusetts, wrote a treatise entitled: the church idea, an essay toward unity. in his essay, huntington argued that just as the union forces had needed a ?definite and tangible centre, aroundhellip; 342
sermon for palm sunday, march 20th 2016 readings: isaiah 50:4-9a philippians 2:5-11 luke 22:14-23:56 101
sermon for maundy thursday 2016 readings: exodus 12:1-14 1 corinthians 11:23-26 john 13:1-17, 31b-35 101
sermon for good friday 2016 readings: isaiah 52:13-53:12 hebrews 10:16-25                                                                                          hellip; 171
sermon for easter sunday 2016 readings: isaiah 65:17-25 acts 10:34-43 luke 24:1-12 83
it never ceases to amaze me. americans will latch on to any fad diet with an almost religious zeal. the rules can be strict or relaxed, obvious or obscure. give up dairy and meat? no problem. give up carbs and caffeine? easy. cut out wheat, butter, sugar, fat or almost anything else and people arehellip; 306
sermon given by father kevin morris, ninth rector of the church of the ascension at the funeral mass of father donald latham, sixth rector of the church of the ascension, april 24th 2016. i want to begin by reading you an excerpt from a letter:  you must understand this: distressing times will come. for peoplehellip; 319
sermon for the feast of the ascension 2016 in the 1920s a man by the name of albert brumley was picking cotton one day on his family's farm in oklahoma. as he was struggling through the heat, and his sweat, and the prickly cotton bushes, he started to sing a song to himself. it washellip; 290
sermon for may 8th, 2016 readings: acts 16:16-34 revelation 22:12-14,16-17,20-21 john 17:20-26 the first time i ever attended mass in an anglican church, and the first time i ever received communion, was in saint paul's cathedral in london. it was one of those life changing moments that you never forget. i can remember clearlyhellip; 336
sermon delivered at the requiem mass for the victims of the orlando massacre sunday, june 19th, 2016 the early christian author and apologist tertullian once wrote that the blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church. he was making an argument to the roman authorities that it was futile to keep persecuting thehellip; 322
sermon for the thirteenth sunday after pentecost august 14, 2016 readings: jeremiah 23:23-29 hebrews 11:29-12:2 luke 12:49-56 ?what has straw in common with wheat?or so asks the lord through the prophet jeremiah this morning. what has straw in common with wheat? jeremiah is railing against false prophets in this passage. he is drawinghellip; 344
sermon for sunday, august 29, 2016 readings: sirach 10:12-18 psalm 112 hebrews 13:1-8, 15-16 luke 14:1, 7-14 on thursday, september the 29th, for the feast of michaelmas, bishop geralyn wolf will be with us to bless and dedicate our new front entrance, including and especially the new stained glass windows in our doors. nowhellip; 333
if you were to enter almost any catholic church (either roman catholic of anglo-catholic) before the 1960s you would almost certainly have seen the clergy vested in a white linen garment known as an alb. very often these albs were decorated with an extensive amount of lace. the lace in an alb served twohellip; 313
in ?the princess bridethe character inigo montoya, played brilliantly by mandy patinkin, famously criticizes the character vizzini for misusing the word ?inconceivable.' inigo says: ?you keep using that word. i don't think it means what you think it is one of those movie lines that has become a part of the popularhellip; 332
stewardship sermon given on sunday, november 13th, 2016 at christ church in garden city, ny readings: malachi 4:1-2a psalm 98 2 thessalonians 3:6-13 luke 21:5-19 herod the great was one helluva king. now we all know him from our nativity plays at christmas time, and from what we read in the gospel of matthew,hellip; 318
why do we sing when we worship god? surely it is easier to just say the words rather than trying to move our voices to some melody, and yet singing has almost always been an important way in which god's people have demonstrated their love for him. in scripture we find the ?song ofhellip; 289
sermon given on november 2nd, 2016 at the requiem mass for all soulsday. therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the lord. in the name of the father, and of the son,hellip; 291
note: this sermon was preached on thursday, september 29th, 2016, being the feast of saint michael and all angels, and on the occasion of the blessing and dedication of our new front entrance. in the name of the father, and of the son, and of the holy spirit. amen. the church of the ascension inhellip; 304
my sermon from our solemn high requiem mass in november 2013. begin at 54:00 to hear the sermon. 98
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