Julie (aka Cookie) has a video of a sermon by Bishop Gavin Ashenden. The good bishop is celebrating Epiphany (https://www.gotquestions.org/three-kings-day-epiphany.html). Different Christian churches have different traditions. So if you don’t celebrate Epiphany don’t sweat it. That’s not required to learn from and enjoy the sermon.
Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.
There is so much I wish to share after having watched the 2nd Sunday in Epiphany
posting by Bishop Gavin Ashenden, but time will not permit me to do so.
I am however including the video clip of his homily at the end of this post, which is really so lovely, so welcomed and so needed.
For as the good Bishop reminds us—our pursuit of God, or perhaps that should be God’s pursuit of us, is that of an extraordinary venture…
I will, however, touch on just a portion of what I’ve taken away, as I will do so
over the next day or so, as his words have touched me deeply.
The good Bishop, at one point during his homily, recalls having, not long ago…
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