Each week, we share reflections based on biblical scripture meant to nurture your spiritual life. The homilies and talks are from weekly and holiday services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cary, North Carolina.
This Sunday, Fr. Javier reflects on Jesus’ first sign at the wedding in Cana and his message of abundant life: “We work so that we may better enjoy the life we’ve been given. We struggle so that others might do the same… In a world of cheap knock-offs—visions of happiness that are trite and ethereal; moments of […]
The promise of Isaiah’s prophecy
God called the Israelites by name. What does that mean for St. Paul’s?
Jeremiah Was a Prophet
Steven Covey said, “The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.” The people of Israel had forgotten that; perhaps we have too.
Christmas from above
In John’s gospel we are invited to comprehend the deeper gift found in Christ’s coming, that truth and grace come to occupy our encounter with God.
May this be the Christmas when we truly hear God Say “I love you”.
The Gift of Christmas
God will do anything to be near to us. And that’s how God transforms the world: through this great gift of love.
Really helpful resource
Sometimes I can’t hear the homily in church or I have heard it but not truly -heard- it and it helps to listen to the message again. This church is very open and the homily is usually very applicable to my life. I actually listened to a few podcasts before joining in person for a taste of what to expect.