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  • The Great Reversal Series

    Contributed by Pat Damiani on Aug 31, 2009

    Amos shows that the "Day of the Lord" will be a great reversal for those who expect to be immune to God’s judgment.

    Let me ask you a question: How many of you here this morning would like to win the lottery? Sounds good doesn’t it? Just go into the Circle K, buy a ticket, watch the drawing on TV and see all your numbers drawn and then all your problems are gone. Couldn’t get much better, right? That’s what more

  • Word And Eucharist Are One Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jun 13, 2009
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    The Gospel proclaims the divine reversal--the weak become strong by grace; thus also Word and Sacrament are the means by which weakness is strengthened.

    June 15, 2009 Sacramentum Caritatis Here in the penumbra of the Feast of Corpus Christi, it is particularly helpful to reflect on what many have called “the great reversal.” The Gospel is one frequently quoted to show the power of nonviolent resistence. Go two miles when forced to go one. more

  • Family Supper

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Mar 4, 2012

    It's easy to be concerned about where we fit into the Kingdom of God, but we need to trust that God has prepared a unique, marvelous room for us.

    I. Introduction a. Any identity thieves? i. Jon Mark Lipka ii. Born XXXX iii. Moved to xxxx iv. Moved to xxxx. v. Ordained deacon September 20, 2003, and priest June 2, 2007 vi. Married…oh, wait, not yet! vii. That’s where I’ve come from. b. Where I’m going, who more

  • An Unfamiliar Kingdom

    Contributed by Jon Lipka on Jul 28, 2014

    While we all have preconceptions about what the kingdom of heaven is and isn't, Jesus uses parables to force us to rethink what the kingdom is.

    What is it that the Gospel message presents? I don’t simply mean today’s Gospel lesson, but the capital-G “Gospel.” The Gospel is not merely, “Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.” The proper name for them is the Gospel according to Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The more