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  • Christ, In Thy Mercy, Save Thou Me!

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 2, 2018
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    He will faithfully forgive us when we ask. But if when Nero demands we drop the incense in prayer to the emperor, if we deny Christ is Lord, then He must deny us.

    Thursday of 9th Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution St. Paul wrote the second letter to bishop Timothy during his final imprisonment. Here he calls himself a “criminal,” probably because the cruel emperor Nero had made profession of faith in Christ a capital crime. It is likely that Paul ...read more

  • The Mass And Martyrdom Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 22, 2013
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    The fortnight for religious freedom is a time to get back to basics and understand our history, our worship, and our mission to the world

    June 24, 2013 Sacrosanctum Concilium Today we celebrate, with a solemnity, one of the three critical birthdays recognized by the Church. These nativities are those of Jesus–of course–the Blessed Virgin Mary, and now St. John the Baptist. I’ve noted in other homilies that the ...read more

  • The Conflict Between Church And Secular States

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 29, 2012
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    There have been conflicts throughout two millennia between secular authorities and the Church, and the conflict between Thomas Becket and Henry II is reflected in the American situation today, but Jesus and the Church are not about power, but love.

    St. Thomas Becket 2012 December 29–in the Christmas Octave We come to the end of a year that many in the Church see as an overall catastrophe. Our faith is in more peril in this country than at any time since the suppression of the No-Nothing party and the KKK. Most critically, this ...read more

  • No Compromise With Evil

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 5, 2018
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    Our faith must be strong enough to stand firm and not look for “middle” positions.

    Thursday of 6th Week in Easter 2018 Reformation/Revolution Our New Testament readings today show two approaches to proclaiming the Gospel of Christ. In Acts, we are seeing Paul at the beginning of his second missionary journey, probably about the year 50 AD. He has just been to what we know as ...read more

  • What About The Kjv Bible?

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jun 22, 2019
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    Last week we had someone come into our Wednesday evening gathering making forceful statements about the KJV Bible and other Bibles as well. This is an attempt to help our people understand where the KJV came from and where it stands among other Bibles.

    What About the KJV Bible? Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together … 2 Timothy 4:3-4 “The time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit their own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears ...read more

  • Are We More Concerned About Living Like A King, Or Living For A King?

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Mar 14, 2013
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    A sermon for Palm Sunday, the importance of living for the King, rather than living like a king

    Zechariah 9:9-13 & Mark 11:1-11 Introduction What do you think of Elizabeth? What do you think of Elizabeth? Not, our youth worker – whose away at her friends wedding, nor our band leader, but Elizabeth II, our queen. It's her diamond jubilee year. Very few kings or queens make it this ...read more

  • When Everyone Is Looking For Jesus

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Apr 14, 2020
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    Sometimes we seek Jesus for good reasons and sometimes not so Good. All the while Jesus is maintaining his priorities.

    1. William H. Hinson tells us why animal trainers carry a stool when they go into a cage of lions. They have their whips, of course, and their pistols are at their sides. But they also carry a stool, the most important tool of the trainer. He holds the stool and thrusts the legs toward the face of ...read more

  • Less Is Truly More

    Contributed by Tony Lee on Jan 2, 2015
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    Spiritual Growth, being less, allowing God to be seen more in your life.

    Scripture Text John 30; 30 He must increase, but I must decrease. Introduction History tells of a queen in Scotland by the name Queen Mary Tudor. She was the daughter of King Henry VIII, after his death she quickly and successfully disposed of Queen Lady Jane. She was also very ...read more

  • Word Blessings Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Mar 17, 2008
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    God blesses His Word. The remnant heard God’s will clearly revealed in His Word and they didn’t ignore it or put it aside. They no longer stalled and delayed. This time, when they heard God’s Word, they obeyed His will. And when that happens, God blesses.

    1. God blessed the remnant with firm audacity (5:5) 2. God blessed the remnant with a fair assessment (5:6-6:5) 3. God blessed the remnant with a fervent advocate (6:6-13) 4. God blessed the remnant with full accomplishment (6:14-15) Back in the book of Exodus, when God was describing the ...read more

  • Divorce And Remarriage

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 10, 2018
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    A divorce is a legal matter. God is against it, but in some grave circumstances, it may be necessary. A Church annulment is saying that the marriage consent was substantially defective.

    27B Jesus is comparing and contrasting divorce and remarriage from what Moses allowed to his teaching. The same can be done today. e.g. We are aware of King Henry VIII of England who could not divorce Catherine of Aragon, with whom he had been unable to conceive a son, and since he could ...read more

  • Jesus—the Man For All Seasons!

    Contributed by Don Hawks on Jun 26, 2007
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    On this Easter morning, we have come here to remember, to rejoice and to re-tell all over again the greatest story ever told. It is the old, old story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ more than 2000 years ago, which continues to be told.

    INTRODUCTION: We come to worship on Easter morning, to remember, to rejoice and to re-tell the greatest story ever told: The ancient story of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, a story which continues to transform the world today… …the name…which is above every other name, so that every knee should ...read more

  • No Traitor, But Servant Of God Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Dec 25, 2014
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    St. Thomas of Canterbury lived a life in service to God, a service in love and defense of His Church and people.

    St. Thomas of Canterbury Mass (December 29) Thirteen Days of Christmas There is no doubt what happened on December 29, 1170, but what one thinks of it depends very much on a connection to the people and places of twelfth century England. On that day, four English knights of Norman descent came ...read more

  • Kneeling In Awe Before The Lord Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 2, 2011
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    We kneel in worship as Stephen did, in union with the prayer of Jesus in the garden.

    Independence Day July 4, 2011 Spirit of the Liturgy The intersection of American Independence Day, these texts, and our continuing study of the Spirit of the Liturgy is providential, I believe. Our Scripture today, as every day, is directed to all humans, not just Americans. Our psalm ...read more

  • Trust Not In Princes Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 8, 2020
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    The Scriptures enjoin us not to trust in princes, because God’s word is very clear about human minds and wills. We are weak, and so we sin.

    Tuesday of 5th Week in Course 2020 Our Lady of Lourdes This is a grand tableau from the First Book of Kings: Solomon has spent years constructing the Temple of the Lord, and here he is dedicating it to the worship of the God of Israel. But even he knew that the God who had called Moses, used signs ...read more

  • Faith And Unity Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 10, 2014
     | 1,697 views

    To fulfill Christ's intention for the Church, the Church treasures the unbreakable link between one faith and one community.

    Thursday of 4th Week of Easter 2014 Lumen Fidei In these first weeks of the Easter season each year the Church gives us much of St. John’s Gospel writings on the Eucharist, the sacrament of nourishment and unity. The Eucharist brings us together: those who profess the same Catholic faith ...read more