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February 9, 2020

Sunday’s Readings2 Kings 22:8-20 Psalm 27 1 Corinthians 2:1-16 Matthew 5:13-20Today’s readings are a reminder that our faithfulness to God, begun through our baptism, will be rewarded with blessings and eternal life.

8 MIN6 d ago
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February 9, 2020

February 2, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsMalachi 3:1–4 Psalm 84 Hebrews 2:14–18 Luke 2:22–40While Jesus was presented at the temple as Mary and Joseph’s participation in the law, performing their purification after his birth, Jesus’s presence in the temple is more than simply a fulfillment of the law. Simeon and Anna’s witnessing of this event reminds us that everything Jesus does creates a bridge between the old testament and the new. Liturgically, we are situated between the nativity and the crucifixion; a reminder that Jesus is the light that came into the world and also the destroyer of nations.

-1 s2 w ago
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February 2, 2020

January 26, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsAmos 3:1-11 Psalm 139:1-16 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Matthew 4:12-22Continuing the narrative from last week’s gospel reading, this week we observe Jesus’s movements through the nations and see his teachings summarized by this week’s collect: that the kingdom of Heaven is at hand. The collect takes Jesus’s teaching and simplifies them into a two part instruction: first to see and hear the Gospel and second, to respond immediately to that call. Like Andrew and Simon, we need to be open to hearing the Gospel and respond by immediately living our lives in the context of Jesus’s teachings. This means that we must daily chose to make Christ the first priority in our lives.

-1 s3 w ago
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January 26, 2020

January 12, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 42:1-9 Psalm 89:1-29 Acts 10:34-38 Matthew 3:13-17As we celebrate the Baptism of our Lord, Fr. Greg reminds us that we are more similar to Jesus than we may think; that we have been equipped with the same tools as Jesus to spread the Gospel. In Baptism we are all empowered with the Holy Spirit that Jesus received in his baptism.

-1 sJAN 14
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January 12, 2020

January 5, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 60:1-9 Psalm 72 Ephesians 3:1-13 Matthew 2:1-12The feast of Epiphany marks not only the beginning of a season of light and that the all people have received this gift of Light, but it also marks a season of trust. Because we have been given the “light that dispels the darkness” in the infant Jesus, we have been entrusted with the power of the Holy Spirit to go into the world and preach the Gospel — to be stewards of that light in the darkness of the world.

-1 sJAN 7
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January 5, 2020

December 29, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 61:10-62:5 Psalm 147:13-21 Galatians 3:23-4:7 John 1:1-18By exploring the Gospel of John, Fr. Greg points out that Christmas is not just about remembering Christ’s birth, but noticing that the incarnation implemented all sacraments: God sent his son to earth in human form and in doing so God elevated something that was mundane and normal to something holy and sacred.

-1 s2019 DEC 31
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December 29, 2019

December 25, 2019

Christmas Day readingsIsaiah 62:6-12 Psalm 97 Titus 3:4-7 Luke 2:1-20Fr. Greg Peters uses St. Paul’s letter to Titus to show us that Christmas is not just about Christ’s birth, but its about God’s deep love for humanity and the Holy Spirit’s work in the world.

-1 s2019 DEC 31
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December 25, 2019

December 22, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 7:10-17 Psalm 24 Romans 1:1-7 Matthew 1:18-25Though this set of readings seem to have obscure and “unsolvable” prophecies, Matthew explains in the Gospel reading that the point is not to solve the prophecies, but to know that God is with us in this moment: that He came to earth as a child and remained with us. The point of these readings is not to wonder if the sayings are true, but to be faithful as Joseph was faithful to trust God.

-1 s2019 DEC 24
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December 22, 2019

December 15, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 35:1-10 Psalm 146 James 5:7-12 Matthew 11:2-19Fr. Greg Peters acknowledges that for many of us the holidays can be a difficult time full of loss and difficulties. Our readings, however, remind us that even the wildernesses will blossom and be glad. Though we are in a time of waiting and anticipation, and though our lives may feel barren and full of challenges, we are to remain patient and steadfast in our preparation of Christ’s second coming without complaining.

-1 s2019 DEC 20
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December 15, 2019

December 8, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 11:1-10 Psalm 72:1-19 Romans 15:1-13 Matthew 3:1-12Fr. Greg uses this week’s readings to remind us that our focus should always be on the bigger work that God is doing in our lives. Our focus should always be on the Gospel: that God created the world, that we sinned and turned away from God, and that he sent his son to redeem us and give us everlasting life. In other words, as we prepare for Christmas we shouldn’t get so focused on the Incarnation that we loose sight of the whole picture of the Gospel and how ACE fits into that picture.

-1 s2019 DEC 10
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December 8, 2019

Latest Episodes

February 9, 2020

Sunday’s Readings2 Kings 22:8-20 Psalm 27 1 Corinthians 2:1-16 Matthew 5:13-20Today’s readings are a reminder that our faithfulness to God, begun through our baptism, will be rewarded with blessings and eternal life.

8 MIN6 d ago
Comments
February 9, 2020

February 2, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsMalachi 3:1–4 Psalm 84 Hebrews 2:14–18 Luke 2:22–40While Jesus was presented at the temple as Mary and Joseph’s participation in the law, performing their purification after his birth, Jesus’s presence in the temple is more than simply a fulfillment of the law. Simeon and Anna’s witnessing of this event reminds us that everything Jesus does creates a bridge between the old testament and the new. Liturgically, we are situated between the nativity and the crucifixion; a reminder that Jesus is the light that came into the world and also the destroyer of nations.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
February 2, 2020

January 26, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsAmos 3:1-11 Psalm 139:1-16 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 Matthew 4:12-22Continuing the narrative from last week’s gospel reading, this week we observe Jesus’s movements through the nations and see his teachings summarized by this week’s collect: that the kingdom of Heaven is at hand. The collect takes Jesus’s teaching and simplifies them into a two part instruction: first to see and hear the Gospel and second, to respond immediately to that call. Like Andrew and Simon, we need to be open to hearing the Gospel and respond by immediately living our lives in the context of Jesus’s teachings. This means that we must daily chose to make Christ the first priority in our lives.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
January 26, 2020

January 12, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 42:1-9 Psalm 89:1-29 Acts 10:34-38 Matthew 3:13-17As we celebrate the Baptism of our Lord, Fr. Greg reminds us that we are more similar to Jesus than we may think; that we have been equipped with the same tools as Jesus to spread the Gospel. In Baptism we are all empowered with the Holy Spirit that Jesus received in his baptism.

-1 sJAN 14
Comments
January 12, 2020

January 5, 2020

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 60:1-9 Psalm 72 Ephesians 3:1-13 Matthew 2:1-12The feast of Epiphany marks not only the beginning of a season of light and that the all people have received this gift of Light, but it also marks a season of trust. Because we have been given the “light that dispels the darkness” in the infant Jesus, we have been entrusted with the power of the Holy Spirit to go into the world and preach the Gospel — to be stewards of that light in the darkness of the world.

-1 sJAN 7
Comments
January 5, 2020

December 29, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 61:10-62:5 Psalm 147:13-21 Galatians 3:23-4:7 John 1:1-18By exploring the Gospel of John, Fr. Greg points out that Christmas is not just about remembering Christ’s birth, but noticing that the incarnation implemented all sacraments: God sent his son to earth in human form and in doing so God elevated something that was mundane and normal to something holy and sacred.

-1 s2019 DEC 31
Comments
December 29, 2019

December 25, 2019

Christmas Day readingsIsaiah 62:6-12 Psalm 97 Titus 3:4-7 Luke 2:1-20Fr. Greg Peters uses St. Paul’s letter to Titus to show us that Christmas is not just about Christ’s birth, but its about God’s deep love for humanity and the Holy Spirit’s work in the world.

-1 s2019 DEC 31
Comments
December 25, 2019

December 22, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 7:10-17 Psalm 24 Romans 1:1-7 Matthew 1:18-25Though this set of readings seem to have obscure and “unsolvable” prophecies, Matthew explains in the Gospel reading that the point is not to solve the prophecies, but to know that God is with us in this moment: that He came to earth as a child and remained with us. The point of these readings is not to wonder if the sayings are true, but to be faithful as Joseph was faithful to trust God.

-1 s2019 DEC 24
Comments
December 22, 2019

December 15, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 35:1-10 Psalm 146 James 5:7-12 Matthew 11:2-19Fr. Greg Peters acknowledges that for many of us the holidays can be a difficult time full of loss and difficulties. Our readings, however, remind us that even the wildernesses will blossom and be glad. Though we are in a time of waiting and anticipation, and though our lives may feel barren and full of challenges, we are to remain patient and steadfast in our preparation of Christ’s second coming without complaining.

-1 s2019 DEC 20
Comments
December 15, 2019

December 8, 2019

Sunday’s ReadingsIsaiah 11:1-10 Psalm 72:1-19 Romans 15:1-13 Matthew 3:1-12Fr. Greg uses this week’s readings to remind us that our focus should always be on the bigger work that God is doing in our lives. Our focus should always be on the Gospel: that God created the world, that we sinned and turned away from God, and that he sent his son to redeem us and give us everlasting life. In other words, as we prepare for Christmas we shouldn’t get so focused on the Incarnation that we loose sight of the whole picture of the Gospel and how ACE fits into that picture.

-1 s2019 DEC 10
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December 8, 2019
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