Weekly Sermons

Gratitude Begets Generosity
November 06, 2022
Always remember that “if God does not for a moment tire of giving us good things,” as St. Nikolaj Velimirovic says, “how can we tire of thanking Him for these good things and sharing them with others?” Read more »

Life is Not Fair! What Will We Do About It?
October 30, 2022
Life is unfair! We all know that. We can just look around and see how unfair it is. Sometimes we may look at others who have so much more than we do, who have better circumstances, who have better opportunities. Read more »

October 23, 2022
”Who are you? and What is your name?” The name of every individual is very important to the identity of who someone is. Read more »

God's Unconditional Love and the Condition of Our Hearts
October 16, 2022
God loves everyone unconditionally. God desires every person to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. Read more »

Are you a Liar?
October 09, 2022
You’re a liar! How would you feel if someone called you a liar? Would you get defensive? Would you get angry? Would you start criticizing the person who said this to you? Or would you be self-reflective and humbly ask yourself if maybe you are lying, either to someone else, or to yourself, or even to God. Read more »

October 02, 2022
Whenever we look upon another person, we must remember that they also are created in the image and likeness of God. They have God’s divine imprint. Read more »

September 25, 2022
“Do not be afraid, from now on you will be fishers of men.” Christ’s call to the fisherman Peter and his fellow fishermen was that instead of catching fish they would cast out the net of God’s love and share His Good News throughout all the world, drawing people from every nation into the family of God, the Church. Read more »

A Teaching Liturgy - Learning How to Experience the Divine Liturgy
September 18, 2022
A Teaching Liturgy - Learning How to Experience the Divine Liturgy Read more »

Divine Love and September 11th
September 11, 2022
“Love your enemies, and pray for those who persecute you, that you may be children of your heavenly Father.” Read more »

Labor Day and the Kingdom of God
September 04, 2022
If we love what we do, thank God. If we don’t love what we do, yet we have work that sustains and supports us in this world, thank God. Read more »

One is Free When One Forgives
August 28, 2022
“There exists no other way than to forgive. One is free only when one forgives.” Saint Silouan the Athonite said similar words: “Where there is forgiveness … there is freedom.” Read more »

Understanding Faith
August 21, 2022
“I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, `Move from here to there' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Read more »

What and Who Influence Us?
August 14, 2022
What influences us most in our lives? Who are the people or figures who consciously or maybe unconsciously influence us? Read more »

August 07, 2022
Christ did not come simply to teach man but to transfigure him.  To re-adorn human nature in light, divine light, the glory of the Father.  This final purpose for man is revealed in Christ’s transfiguration on the mount.  This foretastes the glorious future visible Theophany. Read more »

The Freedom to Choose How We See Life
August 01, 2022
Often we cannot determine what happens to us. Yet we can choose how we respond to all the unexpected and unfortunate situations that confront us. Read more »

Building Hope and Changing Lives (Ours and Others) in Mexico
July 25, 2022
A few days at Project Mexico is a condensed version of what life should be. It’s a life beginning and ending with prayer, yet including hard work, struggle, good conversation, laughter, sharing meals, caring for others, watching sunsets, dancing, praying through it all, and most importantly, loving deeply and fiercely. Read more »

Freedom in Christ
July 04, 2022
Who is really free?  And who is really in bondage?  Is someone free who lives in a so-called free country? Are we free when we can do whatever they want?  If someone is in prison, does that mean they are not free?  Read more »

We Value Life
June 26, 2022
These past days our nation’s attention has focused on the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v Wade and the impact this will have in the lives of countless people. We have millions of people rejoicing that this ruling brings protection to the most vulnerable and defenseless of society – the new life in a womb. At the same time millions of other people are scared and angry. Read more »

Glorify God Through the Mystery of Life
June 05, 2022
"Father, the hour has come; glorify your Son that the Son may glorify you.” Our Lord is praying that that Father may glorify Him and yet, Christ knows what’s going to happen. Read more »

We Need to Do More than Pray and Offer Good Thoughts
May 29, 2022
The “unthinkable” has happened once again with the latest school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Unfortunately, such tragic events are NOT so unthinkable anymore. Read more »

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