The Last Two Sermons of the [Church] Year

Now that another Sunday is almost upon us, I shall post links to last Sunday’s sermon on the Sheep and the Goats (Ez. 34:11–16, 20-24, I Cor. 15:20-28, Matt. 25:31-46), and the shorter sermon I preached at our Thanksgiving Eve service (Deut. 8:1–10, 1 Tim. 2:1–4, Luke 17:11–19). Tomorrow the new Church Year begins!

“But if You Do Not Forgive Others Their Trespasses, Neither Will….” Is God’s Love Really Unconditional?

As Thanksgiving is upon us are there persons that you need to forgive?  Consider this post an attempt at doing “the third use of the law”, the topic of my last several posts… I am currently teaching a beginning Christianity course to university students. On the discussion boards last night, one asked this challenging question: […]

Fr. Jack Whritenour defines the term “Evangelical Catholic”

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Sermonic Double-Shot

Did I preach two different sermons last Sunday? No, I just never posted my sermon from the preceding week, since I was busy driving to Texas, driving back from Texas, and running over deer-sized roadkill, not necessarily in that order. So here’s my sermon from two Sundays ago, on Divine Providence and Isaiah’s prophecy concerning […]