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In this section of the website, we feature homilies and articles by St. Paul's clergy and parishioners. Some of the homilies have been recorded and are posted in MP3 format. You can listen to these homilies using a media program such as Quicktime or Windows Media Player. If you would like to write an article, please contact administrator@stpaulscary.org.

Note from Bob Young Print E-mail

The following is a note from Bob Young, a long-time member of St. Paul's. He asked to have the note posted on St. Paul's website. Bob passed away on May 1, 2012, shortly after composing the note.

“I wish to thank the members of St. Paul’s for their visits and prayers during the past few months of my hospital stay. I am currently home again and feeling pretty good, but I still have to have round the clock care. Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers.”

     Bob Young

One of Bob's many contributions to St. Paul's: On Feb 8, 2009, The Rev. George Adamik presents Bob Young a watercolor of the Memorial Garden on behalf of St. Paul's for Bob’s long-term, loving stewardship of the Memorial Garden. Read more.

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 May 2012 )
 
The Cornerstone Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally L. Harbold
Homily, Apr 29, 2012

I am holding up for you the two books that we turn to the most in this community of faith along the journey: The Holy Bible and The Book of Common Prayer. Each of these books has lots of language and imagery that in some ways are not very familiar to us...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 29 April 2012 )
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Ordination of Jennifer Durant Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally L. Harbold,
Homily at the Ordination of
Jennifer Ronan Durant,
Saturday, Apr 14, 2012

Thank you to David and to the people of Church of Our Savior for preparing this wonderful celebration for us. Thank you to Bishop Curry for coming here to close the circle and inaugurate this new beginning for Jennifer on this day....

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Last Updated ( Friday, 27 April 2012 )
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You Are Sent Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Apr 15, 2012

A few years back I was working for a church as their youth director. Because the church was much smaller than St. Paul's, my job was mainly to supervise the students on Sunday night and to provide pastoral care when it was needed...

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Last Updated ( Monday, 16 April 2012 )
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Jennifer Durant Ordained to Priesthood, Apr 14, 2012 Print E-mail

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Set against the backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains on a brilliant Saturday of Easter Week, the Episcopal Church welcomed its newest priest with the ordination of Jennifer Ronan Durant to the Sacred Order of Priests.  Presided over by the Right Reverend Michael Curry, Bishop of the Diocese of North Carolina, this milestone event capped a nearly decade-long journey that took Jennifer and the entire Durant family from Massachusetts to  North Carolina  and two stops in Virginia, as Jennifer answered a call by God and his Church to the priesthood.

Jennifer, Matt, Chris and Kate Durant belonged to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Cary between 2004 and 2008. During that time Jennifer served a number of St. Paul’s ministries as she discerned her call to the priesthood. Following a late 2005 recommendation by a St. Paul’s Parish Discernment Committee charged with that task, Bishop Curry accepted Jennifer as an Aspirant to the North Carolina Diocesan Ordination Process. She served a 6-month internship at Grace Episcopal Mission in Clayton, while taking preliminary classes at Campbell University Divinity School and completing a year-long Clinical Pastoral Education program at Rex Hospital.

In Summer 2008, the entire Durant family relocated to Alexandria, Virginia, so that Jennifer could pursue a Masters of Divinity at Virginia Theological Seminary. Midway through her studies, Jennifer joined other seminarians on a 3-week sojourn to Jerusalem to further study and soak up that sacred region. Following VTS graduation in May, 2011, Jennifer was ordained as a Transitional Deacon in June at Church of the Good Shepherd, Raleigh. She accepted a call as Assistant Rector at Church of our Saviour in East Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2011. Passing the National Episcopal Church’s General Ordination Examination in early 2012 gave way to Ordination to the Sacred Order of Priests at Church of our Saviour on Saturday, April 14, 2012.

Saturday’s service was nothing short of spectacular. Standing before Bishop Curry in an alb created especially for Jennifer by her gifted mother, Linda, Jennifer was surrounded by a church brimming with family, friends and fellow priests, as well as Church of our Saviour parishioners and a number of St. Paul’s parishioners. She answered each question of the Examination with an assured, spirit-filled voice.

Several members of St. Paul’s played key roles in the service, including the Reverend George Adamik as Jennifer’s sponsoring Presybter and the Reverend Dr. Sally Harbold who delivered a heartfelt homily. Sally quipped that the state of her shorn head was not because she was ill, but that she had promised Jennifer she would shave off all her hair if Jennifer was ever ordained -- and Jennifer held her to it! Paul Gregg, who had served on Jennifer’s Parish Discernment Committee, served as a lector, while Emery Anderson knocked it out of the park, accompanying the gifted COOS choirs and musicians with his trumpet on several hymns and a rousing Postlude.

The newly minted priest served as celebrant during all three services the following day with typical Jennifer aplomb and characteristic humor.

For those who attended this amazing service, and who have accompanied Jennifer on her journey over the past 8 years, it was a privilege and a blessing to share this weekend with Jennifer, Matt, Kate and Chris. The Reverend David Stoddart, Rector of Church of our Saviour, is a gifted Presbyter and an ideal complement to Jennifer. It is clear to all of us that the entire Durant family is exactly where they need to be at this time. They are thriving.
     Written by Betsy Flagg McBrayer

Read the sermon given at the ordination by the Rev. Dr. Sally L. Harbold.

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Read Jennifer Durant Ordained as Deacon, Jun 18, 2011.
Read Jennifer Durant Studies in Jerusalem, Jan 2010.
Read Ordination Process in the Diocese of North Carolina.

Some of Jennifer's sermons: 4-17-2011, 7-11-2010, 6-20-2010.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 05 May 2012 )
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Easter Sunday 2012 Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Apr 8, 2012

We've heard the story of the women going to the tomb of Jesus. They were going there to perform a Jewish ritual. But when they went to the tomb, what they experienced was quite different from what they expected...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 April 2012 )
 
Easter Vigil 2012 Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Apr 7, 2012

When I was about 17 years old, there was a huge blow up in my family. As a result, certain extended family members and my immediate family became disconnected. We never heard from them or called them again. That is, until about two years ago...

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Last Updated ( Saturday, 07 April 2012 )
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Good Friday 2012 Print E-mail

TonyRev. Tony Wike
Homily, Apr 6, 2012

Tonight our Lenten journey is nearly over. The last leg of the journey began last Sunday as we reenacted Jesus' triumphant procession into Jerusalem accompanied by cheering crowds. Today it ends with a different kind of procession...

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Maundy Thursday 2012 Print E-mail

candy08Rev. Candace Snively, Deacon, Homily, Apr 5, 2012

If you took a quick peek at Craig's and my kitchen table right now, you would see about six Post-It or sticky notes affixed to it. Actually it's a very common occurrence in our house...

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Last Updated ( Friday, 06 April 2012 )
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Palm Sunday 2012 Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Apr 1, 2012

On Palm Sunday the liturgy itself has such a power to it that as a homilist who's sharing a homily this morning I feel a need to almost get out of the way of the liturgy and let it tell it's story...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 April 2012 )
 
A Relational God Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Mar 25, 2012

Today is a very special day in the life of our parish. Today at our 11:15 service we will welcome four children into our family through the waters of Holy Baptism. And at our 9:00 service we will join in congratulating 27 children who will graduate from their communion class...

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 March 2012 )
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Prayer Shawl Takes on New Life Print E-mail

shawl-susan-hawkins-150Many of our faith community were fortunate to have known Susan Hawkins, long-time, devoted and much-loved member of St. Paul’s. We knew of her generous giving of time and her many talents. How many of us knew that among her talents, she was a gifted needleworker?

About fifty years ago Susan decided to make a bedspread consisting of crocheted squares sewn together. She made a large number of squares before having to set this project aside. In 2011, Susan gave the squares to Prayer Stitchers with the request that we use them to make items to donate to the ASP Silent Auction. We were happy to make that commitment to her. The first item to be completed, a shawl consisting of squares that Susan sewed together, was donated to the 2012 auction in her honor and memory. Prayer Stitcher Janet Bowen submitted the winning bid for the shawl.

More of Susan’s crocheted squares will be used to make items for the 2013 auction. Prayer Stitchers is thankful for Susan’s trust in our ministry and for this opportunity to honor her and celebrate her talent and generosity. Her gift is truly one which will continue.

Last Updated ( Friday, 07 September 2012 )
 
Stories We Tell When We Get Together Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Mar 18, 2012

A couple of weeks ago I spent some time with our Communion class. There are 27 children this year. In my class we focused on what we do when we get  together for the Eucharist...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 18 March 2012 )
 
Blessing of the Hands 2012 Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally Harbold,
Homily, Mar 11, 2012

Today I would like to reflect with you upon relationship. You might expect that I would reflect upon our relationship with God...

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 March 2012 )
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Who Do You Say That I Am? Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Mar 4, 2012

At the beginning of our Gospel text today, Jesus asks his disciples a question, "Who do you say that I am?" ...

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 March 2012 )
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Tad Richard on Stewardship Print E-mail

tad-richard-120Tad Richard
Homily, Feb 26, 2012

I’ve been asked this morning to give my story of Stewardship, in the hopes that, perhaps, my story will resonate with some of you and invoke the Spirit of giving within you during your discernment. But I know some of you are very scientific and calculating in your thought process, so let me just begin by offering two statistics: About 50% and about 95%.

Now that we’ve got that data out of the way, let’s get back to the story....

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Last Updated ( Thursday, 15 March 2012 )
 
A Process of Listening Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Feb 19, 2012

There is a New Yorker Magazine cartoon that had two people talking to each other, and one person is saying to the other, "Well, enough about me. Let's talk about you. So what do you think about me?" I feel a little bit like that today in that I would like to talk a little bit about me. Not that I'm preaching me, but to talk a little about what I've been experiencing this past week and talk to you about that this morning...

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Mary Jane Pugh on Stewardship Print E-mail

mary-jane-pugh-120Mary Jane Pugh
Homily, Feb 12, 2012

I've been at St. Paul's for 33 years, and I've been on vestry, I've served on many committees. I have been involved in many ministries, and I have received so much more than I have given. I have been fed spiritually, and today the Youth Group is serving lunch to the Elderberries, so once again I will be fed physically. I've been healed, I've been challenged, I've been inspired. I've been nurtured. My husband's ashes are interred in the Memorial Garden. Someday mine will be also, but I hope not for some time! St. Paul's is home to me.

Last Updated ( Sunday, 13 October 2013 )
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After They Left the Synagogue Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Feb 5, 2012

Mark 1:29-39
"After they left the synagogue." That's how our Gospel reading begins today. Jesus and his disciples had left the synagogue, and then unfolds this story that we just read from the Gospel reading this morning. When you think about it, a lot of what we read about in the Gospels about Jesus is about his ministry outside the synagogue...

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The New Freedom Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Jan 29, 2012 

Two weeks ago all of the clergy from our diocese including the clergy here and all of our lay deputies from the diocese including the lay people who are deputies for our church here attended the Diocese of North Carolina's Annual Convention in Winston-Salem...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 05 February 2012 )
 
Baiting the Hook Print E-mail

candy08Rev. Candace Snively, Deacon,
Homily, Jan 22, 2012

My fishing history is very short and not so sweet. My first encounter came when our youngest son Steven was almost six years old. Craig had introduced our two sons to fishing and it was love at first sight for both of them. And when Craig and Rob were going to a Cub Scout function, younger brother Steve was a bit put out. So Craig suggested I take him fishing at the Deerfield Beach pier...

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Last Updated ( Monday, 23 January 2012 )
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Catching Santa Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally Harbold,
Homily, Jan 15, 2012

I wonder if many of you have seen the holiday animated film called Gotta Catch Santa Claus? It’s several years old and has a real catchy theme song: “he’s on his way in a super cool sleigh” and “gotta find proof that he’s on the roof”. For those who don’t know the adolescent girl lead doesn’t believe in Santa and the boy lead wants to catch Santa to prove it to her...

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Annual Meeting 2012 Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Jan 8, 2012

Today is the day of our annual meeting which we had from ten to eleven o'clock between our services. So today is a little bit different in my preaching. Instead of what you would normally look at as preaching or a homily, I want to talk about our parish and where we find ourselves, and give thanks to you for all you do to make St. Paul's who it is and what it is...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 08 January 2012 )
 
Christmas Day 2011 Print E-mail

TonyRev. Tony Wike
Homily, Dec 25, 2011

The more Christmases I celebrate the more I am convinced that Christmas is for poets. One of my favorite Christmas poems was written almost a century and a half ago by a man named Phillips Brooks. At the time, Brooks was rector of Holy Trinity Church in Philadelphia, and he wrote this poem for his Sunday School class, having been inspired by a visit he made to Bethlehem a few years earlier...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 01 January 2012 )
 
Christmas Eve 2011 Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Dec 24, 2011

There was a youth minister who was invited to speak at a youth conference a few years back. At this youth conference were people from upper high school to college age. They were from different denominations from all parts of the country gathered together for this conference. Among many of the presentations this young youth minister was invited to give a talk...

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Last Updated ( Monday, 26 December 2011 )
 
Do not be Afraid, Mary Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily, Dec 18, 2011

Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God and now you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you will name him Jesus. He will be great and will be called the son of the most high. And the Lord God will give to him the throne of his ancestor David. He will reign over the House of Jacob forever and of his kingdom there will be no end...

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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 28 December 2011 )
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Tragedy in Newtown CT Print E-mail

sandy-hook-candles-150Our hearts are broken at the loss of the lives of innocent children and their heroic teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Our prayers are with the families of those whose lives were lost in this incredible tragedy.

I invite you to join with me in prayer that our political leaders will find a way forward seeking a wisdom that will end gun violence.

George 

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 December 2012 )
 
The Light of Christ Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally Harbold,
Homily, Dec 11, 2011

There's a lot of context for today. First of all today is the biggest single outreach day of St. Paul's in our entire calendar year. Today with the gifts that you've brought and the gifts that were brought at the earlier service and the gifts that were brought all last week from people who couldn't be here today, over 480 tags were taken off of the St. Nicholas Tree. I can't imagine all the thousands of dollars that 480 tags, each one representing sometimes more than one gift or a really large gift, the amount of money that that is...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 11 December 2011 )
 
The Cosmic Christ Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Dec 4, 2011

I've sometimes wondered if this season of Advent comes at the wrong time: just before Christmas. Now, you may say to me, "but isn't that what Advent is for, leading up to Christmas?" Let me answer that in kind of a non-dualistic way: yes and no. I think we oftentimes see Advent as a time we walk through to lead us to the celebration of the birth of Jesus. We approach it almost as a sort of sentimental journey...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 04 December 2011 )
 
Keep Awake Print E-mail

candy08Rev. Candace Snively, Deacon,
Homily, November 27, 2011

Since this is the first time we're gathering after Thanksgiving, may I offer this prayer: O God, when I have food help me to remember the hungry. When I have work help me to remember the jobless. When I have a home help me to remember those who have no home at all. When I am without pain help me remember those who suffer...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 27 November 2011 )
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The Kingdom Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Nov 20, 2011

Today is the Feast of Christ the King. It's the final Sunday of our church calendar year. Next sunday will be the beginning of a new church calendar year, with the first Sunday of Advent. Our calendar is a little bit different than the calendar we live in our day-to-day lives, but today is the final Sunday. And it's called the Feast of Christ the King. You could say to yourself, if there's a Christ the King, there must be a kingdom...

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Judgment Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally Harbold,
Homily
November 13, 2011

In J.K. Rowling's first book called The Sorcerer's Stone the hero of the story, Harry Potter, at the age of eleven and in his first year of boarding school finds himself, by accident, in a nearly empty room with a 7-foot free-standing mirror. He is hiding from a professor and the school janitor so he has to lay low for a few minutes...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 13 November 2011 )
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Homily at the Ordination of Lauren Kilbourn Print E-mail

brooks-graebner120Rev. N. Brooks Graebner
Homily at the Ordination of Lauren Kilbourn
November 9, 2011

Lauren, after tonight, you will be authorized, by virtue of your ordination to the sacred order of priests, to celebrate the Eucharist.  Doubtless plans are already in place for your first celebration of the Eucharist, and I know you will want to cherish the experience, and you will want it to be memorable...

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Last Updated ( Friday, 11 November 2011 )
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The Ordination of Lauren Kilbourn Print E-mail

lauren-ord-3-200The Rev. Lauren Kilbourn was ordained to the priesthood at St. Paul's on Nov 9, 2011. The Rt. Rev. Michael B. Curry, Bishop of the Diocese of NC, performed the service, and The Rev. Dr. N. Brooks Graebner, Rector of St. Matthews, Hillsboro, delivered the homily. Click here for a recording of the homily.


lauren-ord-2-200A reception was held afterward. Gifts were given and a song in Lauren's honor, written and performed by St. Paul's youth, was presented. Click here for the sheet music of Lauren's Song.

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Last Updated ( Friday, 07 September 2012 )
 
Connection with Others Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily,
November 6, 2011

Today we celebrate All Saints Day. We celebrate the baptisms of Morgan Oliver, of Margaret Abigail, and of Jackson Tyler. Today is a very, very special day in the life of the church. Many of you may have heard last week that my grandfather John Kilbourn passed away on October 25. On that Thursday I had the opportunity to fly to Florida to be with my grandmother...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 06 November 2011 )
 
The Seat of Moses Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Oct 30, 2011

Matt. 23:1-12
I'm taken with the Gospel reading, these words that Jesus shares with his disciples. He's giving some reflections on the leaders of the Jewish tradition at that time. I think it's important to remember that when we look at the scriptures, particularly the New Testament, we see Jesus engaged with Judaism and with Jewish leaders and where he critiques. He's not criticizing Judaism; Judaism is really a prototype for all religion...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 30 October 2011 )
 
Relationship with God Print E-mail

george_adamikRev. George Adamik
Homily, Oct 23, 2011

Have I ever told you how much I love New York City? I love the teasing that goes on here at St. Paul's about the various places we're from and have traveled in our lives. My being a New Yorker is part of that. I love the kind of bantering we do, especially my Boston friends, Red Sox fans. You know the difference betwen Yankee Stadium and Fenway Park? You can get a hot dog at Yankee Stadium in October...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 23 October 2011 )
 
Render Unto God Print E-mail

TonyRev. Tony Wike
Homily, Oct 16, 2011

"Give therefore to the emperor the things that are the emperor's, and to God the things that are God's." This saying of Jesus from today's Gospel reading is so familiar to some of us that no matter how it is read we tend to hear it in the King James version: "Render unto Caesar the things which are Caesar's and unto God the things that are Gods..."

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What is This World Coming To? Print E-mail

sally_harboldRev. Dr. Sally Harbold, Homily
October 9, 2011

I will always remember hearing my mother's voice saying, "What is this world coming to?" When I was a teenager and a young adult I smiled when I heard her say that because I was thinking, "she just can't keep up with the changing times."...

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 11 October 2011 )
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Threshold Times Print E-mail

lauren-kilbourn120Rev. Lauren Kilbourn,
Homily,
October 2, 2011

A few years ago I had the opportunity to work as a hospital chaplain in one of the most delicate places I have ever set foot—UNC hospital’s Medical Intensive Care Unit. This was a place of threshold for most people...

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 16 October 2011 )
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