Teacups in Transit
We all know the feeling: cold sweat paired with a stomach flipping and flopping about in your innards like a waterbed being jumped on by rambunctious children. 1,057 more words
4 hours, 2 minutes
Poor Man's Shamrock
My sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Lent. These are my notes, so forgive me for certain gaps in my thinking. But you get the idea:-) 1,248 more words
12 hours, 34 minutes
Vivens in sacerdotium
Some glad mornin’, when this life is o’er, I’ll fly away. . . .
We Christians like a theology of glory. We enjoy this song. 1,253 more words
12 hours, 52 minutes
In 2012, I took my youth group on a mission trip to Minneapolis. We worked in a number of different sites and one of them was the Emergency Foodshelf Network. 1,738 more words
13 hours, 4 minutes
This morning’s sermon is based on Mark 8:31-38. I explore the famous exchange between Jesus and Peter where we hear “Get behind me Satan.”
You can listen to audio of the sermon here: 2,049 more words
13 hours, 55 minutes
SWORDS of Truth
2nd Sunday in Lent (Mark 9:2-10) “Transfiguration of St. Peter’s” https://swordsoftruth.files.wordpress.com/2015/02/upload1.mp3
“Transfiguration of St. Peter’s” – Homily by Fr. Jerome from Fr. Jerome Lavigne on Vimeo.
18 hours, 49 minutes
Every Pope. Every week.
Pope Sixtus,or wait,is his name Xystus? The earliest texts refer to Pope Sixtus(and the next three Popes named Sixtus),as Pope Xystus. Xystus is derived from a Greek word meaning “shaved”,or “Polished”. 153 more words
1 day, 2 hours