Processional – Hymn #395 “Lord of our Life” Holy Communion begins on page 67, BCP Collect of the Day: Trinity 7 – Page 198, BCP Epistle: Romans 6:19ff – Page 198, BCP Gospel: Mark 8:1ff – Page 199, BCP Recessional – Hymn #542 “Jesus Shall Reign”

Opening Hymn: #273 “Holy God we Praise Thy Name” Morning Prayer Begins on Page 3, BCP Venite (Page 9, BCP; Page 325, St. Dunstan’s Plainsong Psalter) Psalms 15, 19 (Pages 357, 363, BCP; Pages 14, 21, Psalter) 1st Lesson: Job 31:13-28 1st Canticle: Te Deum (Page 10, BCP; Page 351, Psalter) 2nd Lesson: 1 John…

Opening Hymn: #288 “O Worship the King” Holy Communion (through the Creed): pp. 67-71 Collect: 4th Sunday After Easter pg. 174 Epistle: James 1:17 pg. 174  Gospel: John 16:5 pg. 175 A Bidding Prayer: pp. 47-48 Concluding Collects: pp. 49-50 The Blessing: pg. 84 Closing Hymn: #117 “Sing of Mary”

Reviewed by John Mack, Seminarian This is one of the most important books I have read since I began seminary. It is a slim book, but in it Dom Nault makes a weighty claim: the most insidious moral evil which afflicts us in the technologically overdeveloped world is the “noonday devil”, acedia. Acedia is a…

Text: Ephesians 2:11-22 My mother is one of those wonderful folks who never knew a time when she was not a Christian. She was raised in the Church, in a devout family. From her earliest memories she was reading the bible or having the bible read to her. She tells a funny story about a…

Text: Romans 6:19-23 On our Lectern to my left we have a copy of the Authorized Version of the Bible, commonly called the King James Version. This particular translation is one of the masterpieces of English literature that has so permeated our culture as English-speakers, that as recently as 100 years ago, every major author…

Text: Romans 8:18-22 Today is the 4th Sunday after Trinity, when we continue with the “purgation of sin” part of the Trinitytide purgation, illumination, and unification cycle. There are two particular issues that come to light in today’s readings: vainglory and vanity. Now, most of us will have heard of these words, but if we’re…

Text: John 2:1-11 Today is the third Sunday after Epiphany, and we look at the final event commemorated in the ancient Epiphany celebrations: Jesus’ first miracle at the Wedding of Cana. Last week we talked about one of the most important events in our Christian lives that many of us do not remember: our baptisms….

January 23, 2019 Epiphany No clergy, catechist, lay reader, or guest preacher is permitted to preach “prosperity gospel” in the Diocese of the West(CANA).  Bishop Felix Orji, OSB.  The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. As your Bishop, I must address some important matters relative to our Diocese and ask that…

January 8, 2019 Epiphany “The object of a New Year is not that we should have a new year. It is that we should have a new soul.” -G. K. Chesterton I’m currently in Melbourne, Florida attending the Anglican Church in North America College of Bishops meeting from January 7-11. Please keep us in your…

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