April 7: Guest preacher and celebrant, The Most Reverend Michael Bruce Curry, Presiding Bishop and Primate of The Episcopal Church, visits the Cathedral and talks to us about the way of love - God’s Love.
March 10: Dean Laird preaches that the church sends us an invitation to a holy Lent, to prayer, to silence, to self examination, to reading Scripture, to meditation, to Sabbath, to take the time.
Lent is a journey in the clear air of the desert, it’s a chance, it’s a gift, it’s a way to lead us to the goal of all desire. So go into the desert, and while it is stark and frightening, God awaits us. We know already what Jesus didn’t, that the end of this lenten journey is Easter.
Jan 27: Dean Laird highlights the parallels between the people of Israel remembering who they were after returning to Israel and Jesus understanding who he is and declaring his mission to bring good news to the poor. How does knowing that we are loved, blessed and members of the body of Christ influence the way we understand ourselves and do the work we are called to do?
Click below to listen to Dean Lucinda Laird's sermon for the Twenty-sixth Sunday after Pentecost.
The American Cathedral in Paris welcomed The Rev. Mark D.W. Edington of the Diocese of Massachusetts. He preached at the WWI Memorial Service held at the American Cathedral in Paris on November 11th, Remembrance Day.
Edington was elected on October 20th 2018 as the next Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe.
Click below to listen to Dean Lucinda Laird's sermon for the Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost.