Sunday Sermon: A city set on a hill

The 'Sermon on the Mount' was delivered by Jesus Christ shortly after he had chosen his original twelve apostles and begun his public ministry. It is covered most famously in chapter five of the Book of Matthew within the New Testament of the Bible. One of the most influential, inspirational speeches in the history of … Continue reading Sunday Sermon: A city set on a hill

Sunday Sermon: Our responsibility in the New Covenant

The sermon that I heard delivered at church this morning included an interesting line. It was delivered by Rev. Dennis O'Donnell, who said that "many Catholics today are actually very good Jews." What he was referring to, as he went on to explain, is that in his experiences in talking to many Catholics, it seems … Continue reading Sunday Sermon: Our responsibility in the New Covenant

Sunday Sermon: Two things about bad things

There are two things that we can absolutely say with certainty about bad things: they will happen to good people, and good people will do them.The questions that all who want to believe in a loving, benevolent, saving God ask at some point in their lives often revolve around these two ideas. Those questions, of … Continue reading Sunday Sermon: Two things about bad things