Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Necessity of the Cross

When I first entered Seminary, one of the first classes was a concentration on the Old Testament. It was taught by Father Joseph Ignatius Hunt. Father Hunt had the habit of coming into the classroom holding a slim book in … Continue reading

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Why did Jesus die?

Congratulations to our new bishop-elect, the Reverend Canon Audrey Scanlan, from the Diocese of Connecticut. You might read about her curriculum vitae on the Diocesan website. It will be a few months before Audrey and her family move to Harrisburg. … Continue reading

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And so, the worm turns . . .

If you are one of those people who always liked to ask the question “why” as a child, then today’s first lesson should give you plenty of reasons to ask that question. Why, when God liberated the people from slavery … Continue reading

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