Monthly Archives: December 2013

Christmas 1

Please note that the majority of the first half of this sermon comes from the Christmas sermon of Fr. Bret Hays. I have shamelessly stolen it, because it’s really good. Thank you, Father. –MT+ Christmas makes us do things we … Continue reading

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Christmas

Merry Christmas, everybody. It’s a cold one out there tonight, especially considering it was 70 degrees a couple days ago. I was going to make a joke about how it was so warm that Suzanne Wheelock and I were wearing … Continue reading

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Advent 4

  “Suppose that one day you were reading a story in which an elderly woman is talking to her pregnant granddaughter. “Now listen, my dear,” the old woman says, “I would ask that you name this child after your grandfather … Continue reading

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Advent 3

It’s Gaudete Sunday (gaudete means rejoice, which begins the introit for the day), my sixth one here in Bordentown, and it got me thinking about my first one here.  I was a priest for only a couple of weeks and … Continue reading

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Advent 2

With thanks to the Rev. Whitney Rice, from whom I stole the middle portion of this sermon. With all the attention (well-deserved, btw) on Hurricane Sandy and the devastation she wrought on the coast, I sometimes feel bad for the … Continue reading

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