Monthly Archives: October 2010

Christ The King — The Kingship of Our Savior

Preached October 31st, 2010 Colossians 1:12–20 St. John 18:33–37 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Here we are at the Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity, and all of a sudden, … Continue reading

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Litany of the Saints

At this time of year, when we consider the Church as the whole Communion of Saints, both those here with us today and those gone on to glory, it is helpful to have a means to focus our attention on … Continue reading

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Busy, Confusing Few Days Coming Up!

Everybody knows that Halloween (The Eve of All Hallows) is coming up this next weekend, but do you realize just how complicated that makes the liturgical Kalendar all of a sudden? All Saints Day (All Hallows) comes on November 1st … Continue reading

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Trinity 21 — Service in Peace

Preached October 24th, 2010 Ephesians 6:10–20 St. John 4:46b–54 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Last Sunday, we talked about living our Christian lives of service in joy, and … Continue reading

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What is an Oratory?

Some of the searches that have been run here on the blog suggest that folks may not be entirely familiar with the term Oratory as used in the site title. This is a word that was rarely heard at all … Continue reading

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Feast of St. Frideswide — October 19th

Today is the principal feast of our patroness, St. Frideswide, so it seems appropriate that I should tell all of you a little bit about her since she is not particularly well-known in most quarters today. She was born about … Continue reading

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Trinity 20 — The Service of Good Cheer

Preached October 17th, 2010 Ephesians 5:15–21 St. Matthew 22:1–14 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. We begin our meditation this morning with the words of Christ, recalled from last … Continue reading

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