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Chosen, Called, and Sent Καθολικός διάκονος - February 7, 2016 ... most important messages conveyed to us through hearing about the divine callings of Isaiah, Paul, and Peter is that our calling is in no way tied to our worthiness. The Lord will make a way for you to fulfill what he calls you to do if you have the courage to accept his call. In our first reading Isaiah declared: "Woe is me, I am doomed! For I am a man of unclean lips, living among a people of unclean lips; yet my eyes have seen the King, the L ORD of hosts!" (Isa 6:5). In our ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/02/chosen-called-and-sent.html

Fourth Sunday in Advent: Why Should the Lord Come to Me? VOX NOVA - December 21, 2015 My last homily for Advent and it is a day late. This week I had a hard time making myself sit down and read the readings, let alone reflect on them. And I have only been doing this for two months. My respect for pastors who have done this for years, and give thoughtful sermons every week, grows each time I do this. Trying to make the Letter to the Hebrews fit with the other readings finally led me to the Eucharist and this week's homily ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/12/21/fourth-sunday-in-advent-why-should-the-lord-come-to-me/

Death and Coronation in Medieval England TEA AT TRIANON - October 25, 2015 ... possible , so that some degree of law and order could be re-established, to stop all the Norman harrying and pillaging. This new rule was maintained for the next two centuries. The first detailed description of an English coronation ceremony is Roger of Howden's account of the coronation of Richard I in 1189. Howden punctiliously refers to Richard as 'the duke' right up to the moment he is anointed. It meant, of course, that would-be candidates for the throne tended to spur their horses hard ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/10/death-and-coronation-in-medieval-england.html