"We are ambassadors who represent Christ." – 2 Corinthians 5:20


Easter 6, year A

I was born into a Christian family – my mother was an Anglican from Canada, and my father was a Roman Catholic, so I was baptized as an infant in a Roman Catholic Church, but raised as an Episcopalian by
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The Gospel appointed for this Fifth Sunday after Easter sounds so sad.  One would wonder why is there portrayal or representation of death at the same time, when we are still celebrating the feast of Easter!! 

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A Light in the Darkness

In the Name of the Crucified and Risen One, Amen.

This is the night.  Jesus who was crucified is risen!  Don’t be afraid, he said he would do this.  Paul says, “You also should consider yourselves dead to sin but Read the full article...

Coming Out of the Tomb and Coming to Our Senses

May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all our hearts be always pleasing in your sight, oh lord, our rock and our redeemer.

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Looking Ahead to Lent


Ash Wednesday is just hours away! Lent, for all its apparent somberness, comes from the Middle English word lente, meaning springtime. It is about preparing for Resurrection, especially through experiences of self-discipline. And, guess what? It lasts six weeks. Contemporary Read the full article...