Sermons

for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day “The Word of the Lord was rare in those days.” Old Eli, the priest who resided in the Tent of meeting at Shiloh, had grown…
You heard me read a different Gospel            than the one in your scripture insert. With the Revised Common Lectionary the wider Church reads the passage you just heard, Luke…
For those of you who are parents, do you remember the scary feeling of the first time you held your new-born baby in your arms? To tenderly hold that precious…
The Blessed Virgin Mary often makes the headlines. She appears in the oddest places, making visitations in weeping statues, at an underpass in Chicago, on a tree in Dallas, on…
Threads of hope are woven throughout the Bible. In one of the biblical moments of great personal despair Abraham was commanded by God to take his son, his only son…