Tag Archives: Richard MacKenna

Lectionary Sermon for Lent 5 A on John 11:1-45 March 29

If I had my time again as a teacher, I like to think I would encourage all serious science and history students to read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road not taken” That poem concerns a traveller walking through the wood, … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for April 2 2017 (Lent 5 A) on John 11:1-45

If I had my time again as a teacher I like to think I would encourage all serious science and history students to read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road not taken” That poem concerns a traveller walking through the wood, … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 21 May 2017, (Easter 6 A) on John 14:15-21

Well known religious verses sometimes seem disconnected from the real life actions of typical Church members and congregations. There would be few regular congregation members who hadn’t at sometime heard Jesus’ familiar words as reported by John:   “If you love me … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for April 2 2017 (Lent 5 A) on John 11:1-45

If I had my time again as a teacher I would like to think I would encourage all serious science and history students to read Robert Frost’s poem, “The Road not taken” The poem concerns a traveller walking through the … Continue reading

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