Monthly Archives: April 2019

Easter 2

“On the evening of that day, the first day of the week, the doors being shut where the disciples were…”  Where, oh where, were the disciples? They were in the Cenacle, the Upper Room, of course.  The disciples were there … Continue reading

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Easter

Happy Easter, everybody!  This church is my favorite place in the world, and it’s always a delight to see all of you delight in it, to worship with you in the beauty of this place and in the holiness of … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Behold the wood of the Cross.  That’s what Good Friday is about.  Even if you wanted to look at other things, we’ve conveniently taken most of those things away or covered them in black cloth.  What we get today is … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday

There’s a lot going on tonight, right?  Any one of the things we’re doing tonight, the washing of feet, the celebration of the institution of the Eucharist, the procession of the Blessed Sacrament to the Altar of Repose, the stripping … Continue reading

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Palm Sunday

I’m not really into it, but I have friends who love generational studies.  “Millennials think this way,” they’ll say, “as opposed to Baby Boomers who think this way.”  I don’t buy it, really – the more people I meet, the … Continue reading

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Lent 5

If you’re a regular at Bible Study or Adult Education, you know that I have a tendency to rag on the Apostle Paul a bit.  Paul’s just not my favorite.  He writes sentences that go on and on and on, … Continue reading

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