It’s clear that Christ has a claim as King on all of creation, and this on three counts, as St. Paul points out today – First, as God He is our king because he is, by nature, our creator and our governor. Secondly, he is Man, and as Man he has purchased with his life each and every thing. We do not just thank our liberator – we belong to Him. Third, by His excellence over all things, He is king. But how do we live or show our allegiance?
Father, Son & Holy Ghost
Sermons about God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Ghost, and the Holy Trinity.
There is one Father, there are not three Fathers; there is one Son, there are not three Sons; there is one Holy Ghost, there are not three Holy Ghosts. And in this trinity, there is none before or after another, none is greater or less than another. But all three are eternal, and all three are equal. So says the Athenian Creed. [Read more…]
The Roman Catechism proposes for a sermon topic today the Passion of our Lord and Savior. The catechism proposes some wonderful material for the topic, which composes much of the sermon. [Read more…]
A sermon following the sermon from St. Alphonsus for the fourth Sunday in Lent, “On the tender compassion Jesus Christ entertains towards sinners”. [Read more…]