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Tag Archives: passion
Being one of the crowd: Palm Sunday 2016
Every Palm Sunday we start off well enough, praising God and waving palms in the air, waving at the passing traffic, throwing blessings around like confetti. Within the hour we have become the baying pack hounding Jesus to the cross, … Continue reading
Posted in current events, holy days, sermon Tagged Alex Abramovich, betrayal, House of Bishops, mob mentality, Palm Sunday, passion Leave a comment
Aflame with a passion which has yet to be quite requited, reaching out tongues of everlasting fire to melt the perennially hard-hearted with the patience of Time itself, burning with love, yet unconsumed.
Posted in lectionary reflection, poetry Tagged Burning bush, Exodus 3:1-15, love, passion, Year C Lent 2 Leave a comment
William Tyndale and the passionate vocation
A homily for the Thursday morning Eucharist at Bexley Hall Episcopal Seminary, October 4, 2012 William Tyndale was a man with a passion, a man with a mission, with a calling so strong it drove him crazy. How else to … Continue reading
Posted in homily Tagged C.S. Lewis, God, Jesus, passion, Proverbs, religion, vocation, William Tyndale Leave a comment