I am a cradle Anglican, and so, perhaps like some of you, I have a memory of parish priests struggling with the “logic” of the Trinity; Three Persons, One God. How could that be? They would use the egg model; shell, white and yolk or the water model; fluid, frozen and steam. All of these logical gymnastics frankly confused me.
Homily by Jeffrey Preiss for Pentecost
Over the last several years, in my work as a pastor, there’s something I’ve noticed that’s made me think deeply and it’s this: the very elderly and those in last stages of life quite often want to speak about their parents and the relationships they’ve had with them.
Guest preacher Bishop Andrew Doyle’s sermon for the Seventh Sunday of Easter
There is a line in chapter 10 of Acts, when Peter is in the home of a man called Cornelius, trying to figure out why he is there and what he is going to do. And he is talking to Cornelius about God and Peter says, “I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism but accepts everyone from every nation who fear him and do what is right”….