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Have you ever been driving a long distance and then suddenly you reach your destination and you can’t remember how you got there? Then you try to remember passing by landmarks and cities or towns and nothing is familiar in your memory.View Sermon
As the saying goes, seeing is believes! When we see and experience mercy through the kindness and generosity of others, we witness the effects of the resurrection of the Lord through the lives and actions of the faithful. But what is mercy?View Sermon
Have you ever been broken or consider yourself broken? Have you ever tried to hand over your brokenness to the Lord?
John brings us a metaphor of the grain of wheat. We can hold a grain of wheat in our hand or put it in a bottle and safely put it on a shelf but it remains nothing but a grain.View Sermon
Bill and his wife were driving through the Rocky Mountains when a near-miss with a truck caused their car to swerve off the road and plunge into the Colorado River. After scrambling out of their sinking vehicle, they frantically tread- ed water in the swift currentView Sermon
How is your faith based on the mystery or the mastery? Which do you feel will lead a person to a closer relationship with God and in turn with each other?
The Second Sunday of Lent in each of our three year cycle of Gospel readings we hear the story of The Transfiguration. In his transfiguration we see an anticipation of the glory of Jesus’ Resurrection.View Sermon
Lent has begun and as Christians we are concentrating on our sacrifices and a spiritual life that brings us closer to Jesus. One of the things we might remember during Lent is that our fellow Christians may be a little testy or maybe even cranky.View Sermon
The Dalai Lama said, “Our prime purpose in this life is to help others. And if we can’t help them, at least don’t hurt them.” This weekend’s gospel is about Jesus helping people.View Sermon
This will be my last effort at breaking open the Gospel for you as the leader of St. Michael’s parish. This weekend’s liturgy includes a wonderful Gospel passage that reminds us that Jesus was all about service.View Sermon