From a homily prepared for Trinity College Chapel, March 13, 2019 on Luke 11.29-32 and Jonah 3.1-10 this post also contains a bit of material from the earlier post "signs and wonders" "Our earth is degenerate in these latter days. There are signs that the world is speedily coming to an end. Bribery and corruption… Continue reading Gimme a Sign!
a homily prepared for Trinity College Chapel, Toronto, Ontario on Matthew 10. 16-26 I think we need to start today’s homily not with theology, but with a bit of animal husbandry. I grew up in the country, familiar with farm residents like horses, milk-cows, cantankerous goats, rabbits, chickens, pigs, and yes, sheep. Sheep… Continue reading Sheep among the wolves
a homily preached at Trinity College Chapel on January 16, 2019 based on: Mark 1: 29-39 Growing up, I had three primary heroes: Joan of Arc, Martin Luther, and my Grandmother. My grandmother was a marvellous Swede transported to the Southern United States. She swore like a sailor, chain-smoked nearly until the day she died,… Continue reading Joan of Arc, Martin Luther, and my Grandma