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"Go among trees and sit still" : words from poet Wendell Berry and the gospel confrontation between Peter and Jesus, invite us to confront our fears so we can turn toward things that really matter. Click here to listen to Canon Mary Haddad's sermon for the Second Sunday in Lent.
The Ven. Dr. Walter Baer, Archdeacon of the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, preached on the Transfiguration. Using imagery from C.S. Lewis’s novel, Out of the Silent Planet, and Lewis’s essay, The Weight of Glory, Archdeacon Baer describes how Christ’s glory is revealed in each of us. Click here to listen to his full sermon.
The Most Rev. Joris Vercammen is Archbishop of the Old Catholic Diocese of Utrecht. In that role, he is also chair of the International Bishops Conference of the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht. The churches of the Anglican Communion including the Episcopal Church have been in full communion with the Old Catholic Churches of the Union of Utrecht since the Bonn Agreement in 1931. Click here to listen to his sermon for the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany.
On the occasion of her 17th anniversary to the priesthood, Canon Haddad reflects on what it means to connect with our inner power and authority, or our "unmitigated chutzpah”!. Click here to listen to her full sermon.
When Jesus says, “Follow me”, he initiates a social movement with a spiritual center that depends upon his followers to build a better world. Click here to listen to Canon Mary Haddad's sermon for the third Sunday after Epiphany.
Stay: taken from the heart of John's gospel, this one-word message from Canon Haddad's sermon invites us to stay connected with the source of life and with each other. Listen to her full sermon here.
"The story of Mary on the Fourth Sunday of Advent invites us all to say “me too” to claiming the God-given power within us to confront the power structures of the world that dominate and abuse." Click here to listen to Canon Mary Haddad's sermon for the fourth Sunday of Advent.