Deacon Nathaniel Trembley – July 21, 2019 Sermon

Epistle: Romans 10:1-10; Gospel: Matthew 8:28-9:1

Deacon Nathan Tremblay joined us last Sunday – he is one of the seminarians whom our parish has “adopted” – keep him and his young family in your prayers. He preached a wonderful sermon – reminding us that sin and demons don’t necessarily “possess” us – but rather oppress us by attacking via bad thoughts and temptations entering our minds. He emphasized that recognizing them and not engaging them (with God’s help) is how we should respond.

Fr. Benjamin Kjendal – June 9, 2019 Sermon

Sunday of the After-Feast of the Ascension and Commemoration of the Holy Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council
Gospel: John 17:1-13

We are in between…

No Theosis without Kenosis