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Sunday, 23 May 2010

Whitsunday Sermon

This is a great homily on our comforter, the Holy Ghost:
MP3 AUDIO SERMON: The Sunday after the Ascension, 2008: The Comforter Recorded on May 4, AD 2008 at Christ Church Cathedral

Today's Scripture Readings

John 14 

“I will ask the Father, and He shall give you another Comforter.” John 14:16

Hymns Supplied Through the Gracious Generosity
of the Cyber Hymnal Website

Holy Ghost, dispel our sadness;
Pierce the clouds of nature’s night;
Come, great Source of joy and gladness,
Breathe Your life, and spread Your light.
From the height which knows no measure,
As a gracious shower descend,
Bringing down the richest treasure
Man can wish, or God can send.

Author of the new creation,
Come with blessing and with power.
Make our hearts your habitation;
On our souls Your graces shower.
Hear, O hear our supplication,
Bless├Ęd Spirit, God of peace!
Rest upon this congregation,
With the fullness of Your grace.

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Homoousion versus Homoiousion: Nicea

Philip Schaff:
The council of Nicaea is the most important event of the fourth century, and its bloodless intellectual victory over dangerous error is of far greater consequence to the progress of true civilization, than all the bloody victories Constantine and his successors.

Homoousion:  being of one essence
Homoiousion:  of like essence

Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Archbishop McLaughlin's Podbeam

I just added a new link to Archbishop's McLaughlin's podbeam.  I hope you enjoy the homilies available.