THE SUNDAY SERMON
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July 21st: “Mary has chosen the better part!” Canon Mary Haddad suggests that the better part is the intentional paying attention to the present moment before you, whether sitting in meditation or preparing dinner and washing dishes in the kitchen.
July 14. Sermon by the Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, The Right Reverend Mark D.W. Edington on the Fifth Sunday after Pentcost.
July 7th: Newly ordained deacon, The Reverend Stéphanie Burette gives a sermon on the theme of “going out” into the world, sharing the light and joy of Christ, continuing on the way.
June 30th: Canon Mary Haddad invites us to set intentions for our lives as Jesus sets his face for Jerusalem.
June 16th: Dean Laird gives her annual report on the Cathedral’s feast day, Trinity Sunday. She reminds the parish how the Holy Trinity is founded on the basic notion of “community”.
June 9. Sermon by the Bishop in Charge of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, The Right Reverend Mark D.W. Edington on the occasion of his first official visitation at the Cathedral on Whitsunday.
June 2nd: Dean Laird preaches the sermon for the Seventh Sunday of Easter.
May 26th: Canon Mary Haddad preaches on the Sixth Sunday of Easter.
May 19th: Dean Laird preaches the sermon for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
May 12th: On the Fourth Sunday of Easter, Canon Mary Haddad meditates on all the connections to Easter, from the children’s first communion and Mother’s Day to the sheep hearing the voice of the shepherd.