24 October 2021
Book: 1 Corinthians
Saint Paul reminds us, “Faith, hope, and charity abide, these three; but the greatest of these is charity” (1 Corinthians 13:13). What do each of these three words mean, and why is charity (love) the greatest? Listen as the Rector answers these questions and explains why “charity” is a much deeper translation of this passage.
17 October 2021
The prophet Isaiah gives us the image of the Suffering Servant, a foreshadowing of Jesus Christ. In the image of the Suffering Servant, we receive not only a depiction of Christ, but also a depiction of His example which we are called to follow.
3 October 2021
Many point to the breakdown of marriage and the family as the most significant contributing factor to the unraveling of American public life. Why is that? Listen as the Rector explains why God designed marriage and the family as the building blocks of society, and how the greatest dignity is to be found in these two smallest parts of the community.
26 September 2021
We certainly know Saint Matthew as the author of a Gospel. But we may be surprised by the incredible insights and details about his life that can be gleaned from the Biblical narrative and Church tradition.
19 September 2021
Many Christians may not be familiar with the Book of Wisdom (also called Sirach), a book of the Apocrypha. How do we treat the Apocryphal books, and what can we learn from the book of Wisdom?