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Lingering on the Banks of the Jordan

The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, as it is written in Isaiah the prophet: “Behold, I am sending...

The Mystery of Epiphany

By Paul D. Wheatley In former generations this mystery was not made known to humankind, as it has now been revealed to his holy...

PB Attempts to Reclaim January 6 for Epiphany

Secular forces have a way of overwhelming religious observances.

The Holy One Called Home

By Ian Olson The season of Epiphany is another phase of the time between the times, inviting the church to remember the revealing of the...

Jesus Reveals Himself through Encounters with Strangers

This week’s readings in our journey through the Gospel of John for the Good Book Club present several episodes where Jesus interacts with strangers, and doing so, gives insight into his person and mission.

The Twelfth Day of Christmas

On the Eve of Epiphany, the Twelfth Day of Christmas, why not gather up in gratitude all the abundance of love, joy and celebration that our Christmas faith has bestowed upon us and, wherever we live, think of some ways to take to the streets and share it with the world?

The Destiny of the Beloved: Baptism, Transfiguration, Adoption, and Assumption

The destiny of a human life, given over to God’s purposes, united with Christ, and adopted into his family is glory. The church commemorates the glorious entrance into heaven of the Virgin as a reflection of the glory of Christ that was revealed in his Transfiguration, manifest in his Resurrection and Ascension, and will be at last given to those who have been united with his divine Sonship through baptism.

Imagination, Transposition, Transfiguration

The use of the Transfiguration Gospel for the Last Sunday of Epiphany is a stroke of genius.

Analog Church

People in our culture are rediscovering the value of real experiences with tangible objects.

Humble Evangelism in a Religiously Plural World

How should we, as Christians, think about and respond to other religions?


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