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Saturday of 5th Sunday after Trinity – Acts 20:1-16

ShareActs 20:1-16 Paul, as an apostle, is a microcosm of the Church itself.  In this relatively unassuming passage, we can see Paul connected to every important ministry which Jesus has entrusted to His Body.  What unites this work of Jesus Christ, which is the work of the Church, is the Church’s worship of Jesus Christ.  […]

July 1, 2016 | 0 Comments More

The Circumcision of Christ – Luke 2:11-22

ShareLuke 2:11-22 Happy New Year! Though the lesson from today is taken from Ephesians 2:11-22, on the Circumcision of Christ, we should not forget about one, unobtrusive verse that most of us skip over each year.  It’s tucked away right after the justly famous Christmas passage in St. Luke’s Gospel.  But after the angels have sung […]

December 31, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of 5th Sunday after Trinity – Acts 20:1-16

ShareActs 20:1-16 Paul, as an apostle, is a microcosm of the Church itself.  In this relatively unassuming passage, we can see Paul connected to every important ministry which Jesus has entrusted to His Body.  What unites this work of Jesus Christ, which is the work of the Church, is the Church’s worship of Jesus Christ.  […]

July 26, 2014 | 0 Comments More

Saturday of 5th Sunday after Trinity – Acts 20:1-16

ShareActs 20:1-16 Paul, as an apostle, is a microcosm of the Church itself.  In this relatively unassuming passage, we can see Paul connected to every important ministry which Jesus has entrusted to His Body.  What unites this work of Jesus Christ, which is the work of the Church, is the Church’s worship of Jesus Christ.  […]

July 13, 2012 | 0 Comments More