Monthly Archives: November 2010

Advent 1 — We Must Prepare To Meet The King

Preached November 28th, 2010 Romans 13:8–13 St. Matthew 21:1–13 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Today we begin the new Church year with the season of Advent. The word … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2010

Thursday, November 25, 2010 is the traditional American Thanksgiving Day observance this year. This continues in the long tradition of harvest festivals, both pagan and Jewish. Among the Jews, there three primary feasts were all harvest feasts of one sort … Continue reading

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Sunday Next Before Advent — The King That Is To Come

Preached November 21, 2010 Jeremiah 23:5–8 St. John 6:5–14 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. We stand, this morning, at the end of one Church year and the beginning … Continue reading

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St Edmund — King and Martyr, November 20th

Today, November 20th, is the feast of St. Edmund, King and Martyr, the patron saint of the parish where I serve on a regular basis. Edmund is not a saint many Americans are familiar with, although many have heard the … Continue reading

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Trinity 24 — Our Final Deliverance

Preached November 14, 2010 Colossians 1:3–12 St. Matthew 9:18–26 + In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Amen. Today is the twenty-fourth Sunday after Trinity, the last of the long series of … Continue reading

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An Occasion of Joy

Early this week now ending there was a special event, a cause for rejoicing. My dear friend, the well known English blogger Sarah Maid of Albion gave birth to a son.  Sarah and her new son are both at home … Continue reading

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Armistice Day — November 11

Today is Armistice Day, the day when the guns fell silent in November, 1918, to bring an end to the horrors of World War I. As the name suggests, this was a war such as the world had never experienced … Continue reading

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