Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter: connecting the Passion and the Resurrection

The proclamation of the resurrection is not speculation, it is a matter of joyously proclaiming that God has done something about the human condition . . . Continue reading

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Why did Jesus have to suffer?

Jesus had to walk in the way of the cross because we walk in the way of the cross. If he were to redeem our experience of life, he would have to do that by sharing in our dying. Continue reading

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Suffering Redeemed

In these few short paragraphs, I cannot explain the necessity of the suffering of our Lord Jesus Christ. I can point out that the suffering of our Lord is tied to the mystery of redemption. Redemption is found in the … Continue reading

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Walking in the Way of the Cross

to walk in the way of the cross with Jesus is to engage in intercessory prayer—prayer for others. Continue reading

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Thanksgiving: Your Lenten Spiritual Discipline

You are not called to be obsessed with sin; you are called to be obsessed with grace. Continue reading

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Without Love, Our Works are Worth Nothing

Those sayings of our Lord that remind us to strive to go the extra mile, to take on the thing that is challenging because of our love of Jesus?

Faithfully,
Canon Greg+ Continue reading

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