“A and not A”-12/22/2013-Year A, Advent 4 – Nathan Bourne

Outside of a few of my philosophy major friends, starting a conversation with anyone by talking about logical fallacies is rarely a good idea; it doesn’t exactly make for nice, interesting cocktail conversation, but every now and then, even a formulaic logical fallacy, devoid of much spirit or character, can bring us to deeper understanding, […]

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Advent III Sermon, Year A. December 15, 2013 by The Rev. William Hethcock

    Matthew 11:2  When John heard in prison what the Messiah* was doing, he sent word by his* disciples 3and said to him, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or are we to wait for another?’ 4Jesus answered them, ‘Go and tell John what you hear and see: 5the blind receive their […]

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A Holy Cross Sermon – Nathan Bourne, Organic Prayer Intern

Belief, fact, and myth–these three color our lives and comprise our religion. Whether a person of faith or one who claims a purely secular existence, these three realities are inescapable; they are the means by which we order and understand our experiences and provide a basis for our relationships with one another.   The facts […]

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Celebration of the Martyrs of Memphis

Celebration of the Martyrs of Memphis -Given in the Episcopal Cathedral of Memphis by Sr. Madeleine Mary, CSM in 2012 On this beautiful day it may seem hard to believe that this city once endured tremendous suffering and death.  Right now, you and I are where the greatest suffering occurred in this city in 1878; […]

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Sermon: The Feast of St. Mary the Virgin

                                     The Feast of Saint Mary the Virgin                                                             […]

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