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  • Swapping "pasei Sophia Didakontes Kai Nouthetountes" For The God Who Speaks Our Language.

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Oct 24, 2019
     | 453 views

    A sermon for Bible Sunday preached in 2011 at Holy Trinity Barkingside

    ................................................................................................... Ho logos tou Christou enoikeitO en humin plousiOs, en pasEi sophia didakontes kai nouthetountes heautous, psalmois, humnois, Oidais pneumatikais en tE chariti aidontes en tais kardiais humOn tO ...read more

  • "Stars In Their Ears"

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jan 15, 2011
    based on 6 ratings
     | 3,835 views

    How wise lessons from the Wise Men can help us listen to God.

    There were once two men, Pete and Joe out sailing in a boat. A fierce storm blew up. Torrents of rain splashed down. The waves were rocking them. They desperately the rigging this way and that trying to keep the boat up right. "It's at times like this" shouted Pete above the noise the storm, ...read more

  • A Thing Of Horror Or Of Hope

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 27, 2008
     | 764 views

    We must remain faithful, as Christ is faithful, and allow even our sufferings to be united to His.

    Celebration of St. Jerome September 30, 2008 There’s an unintentional irony in the use of these readings from Job and Psalm 88 on the memorial of St. Jerome. Job, sitting on his compost heap scratching his boils, is longing for death, to go down into the depths of the earth. The psalmist, ...read more

  • When A Moralistic Mission Misfired!!!

    Contributed by Suresh Manoharan on May 22, 2017
     | 1,429 views

    Gleaning lessons from King David's gaffe over the transportation of the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem on an Ox cart instead of letting it be carried by the Priests!!!

    When a moralistic mission misfired!!! Heard of anecdotes when something done with an apparently good intention but in a wrong way went haywire? Here’s one for starters... Who can forget a school time story told often to emphasize the importance of proper ...read more

  • Populations And Human Development Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 6, 2010
     | 2,338 views

    When governments try to help the family, both family and society seem to go into decline. Our task is to restore young peoples' yearning for forming natural families.

    February 8, 2010 Caritas in Veritate St Jerome Emiliani It is very likely that one of the motivations behind Solomon’s building of the Jerusalem temple was a desire to make the Lord the personal god of the Davidic dynasty. After all, the Temple was just next door to the palace. ...read more

  • What Leads Us To Believe The Gospel? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 23, 2012
     | 1,583 views

    The Bible is the Church's book, so we must read it in faith and read it as a member of the community of the Church.

    Monday of First Week of Lent Verbum Domini There are a whole series of websites on the Internet devoted to trying to debunk the Sacred Scriptures. For instance, with respect to the book of Leviticus, which we read from today, one can find tons of places where the clear natural law prohibition ...read more

  • "Tetelastai - The Only Word We Will Ever Need" Series

    Contributed by Brad Henry on Jul 21, 2014
     | 2,163 views

    Too many denominations creates too much chase - let stet back to The Cross

    The Ultimate DecisionTetelestaiItIsFinished.gif July 21, 2014 “Coming Home” has many different emotions to all people. But the root of the idea of coming home brings a sense of contentment. In some way we think that by coming home we can reset the chaos of our lives and ease our ...read more

  • Widow's Mite (Revised)

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Sep 17, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 4,661 views

    God wants us to help those with the fewest of resources, to learn from them and we get blessed.

    32B Fr. John Haughey, S.J., notes that Jesus, who spoke Aramaic, has an interesting word for money: mammon, which means “that in which you put your trust." Some people put their trust in their money, others in their looks, others in their muscles, their brains, their careers, house or ...read more

  • Mail Call

    Contributed by Joe Burke on Jan 16, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 901 views

    The bible is God’s love letter.

    Mail Call Long before the days of e-mail, web sites, instant messaging, cell phones and fax machines, all we had were hand written letters. When US servicemen deployed overseas in defense of their country, the two most longed for words were: Mail Call! Men lived to receive a letter from home. ...read more

  • Faith For Miracles

    Contributed by Joe Burke on Jan 17, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 6,254 views

    IT IS TIME TO DOUBT OUR DOUBTS

    Faith For Miracles "Fear is useless, what is needed is trust" Mk 5:36 Jesus was always exhorting his disciples and everybody he met to have faith and trust in him. Faith needed to be present in order for Jesus to heal and for miracles to occur. Some of the exhortations he made to those he ...read more

  • Blood Bought

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Oct 1, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,527 views

    Our Faith comes with a great cost... The Shedding of Blood! Jesus Christ paid the price. He died for us so that we could live for Him.

    Quotes - Giving: Blessed are those who can give without remembering, and take without forgetting. - Princess Elizabeth, Asquith Bibesco We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. - Winston Churchill Sometimes a small thing you do can mean everything in another person's life ...read more

  • Lower The Nets For A Catch Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 7, 2013
     | 2,331 views

    Jesus calls us to lower the nets for a catch, even though it means persecution and rejection. We must learn the four steps of evangelization of our surroundings, friends and coworkers.

    Third Sunday of Easter 2013 Vatican II About forty years ago, acting on the directions of the Fathers of the Council, a team of expert Scripture scholars and liturgists gave the Church what is called the “expanded Lectionary” for Mass. The exact words of the Liturgy Constitution ...read more

  • Shed Blood

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Dec 8, 2013
     | 2,299 views

    Great was the cost of our salvation and its message; therefore live worthy of the shed blood of Christ.

    Quotes - Giving: When you learn, teach. When you get, give. - Maya Angelou Blessed are those who can give without remembering, and take without forgetting. - Princess Elizabeth, Asquith Bibesco We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give. - Winston Churchill What is ...read more

  • Catch Anything Series

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Mar 18, 2014
     | 3,436 views

    Jesus gets his disciples back on track

    Catch Anything? The problem of Drift - no shortage of big ideas and vision But we take our eyes off the prize, we get distracted, follow rabbit trails Big Idea: The disciples were thinking about going off mission, Jesus reissues the call. Do you Know your purpose/ mission? Show Video John ...read more

  • The Person Of St Luke

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Oct 17, 2015
     | 3,554 views

    What can we glean from Luke the Evangelist and what can we apply in our lives. Luke was a Consummate Historian. He was also an evangelist to the Gentiles and his tow books reflect that. He was a Physician and a gentle and patient man

    St Luke’s Day Bishop Albino Luciani, who later became Pope John Paul I, used to write fictional letters to people with whom he could never have come into contact as a way of instructing his flock. He wrote letters - among others to Mark Twain, St. Joan of Arc and St. Luke. (They have ...read more