Sermon for Advent 2 Advent wreath with the Candle of the Jacoba Well The year is young, but 2 Sundays old, we celebrate the nativity of a tiny babe, born of a virgin, and we look forward to his returning to decide between lambs and kids, to make all things new. Our Gospel today comes [...]
It is regret that we must let you know that Fr Casper has left our team, Fr Casper has entered the retirement span of his life and will not be writing anymore posts for christ our Hope. Welcome Br Celano who will try to remember which of his personalities is posting.
Due to ill health and family matters, Br francis-clare, aka Br Celano aka Fr casper, I have not been able to keep up the semi daily posts.
There have been uncertain times in the Blair Household, AKA Br. Francis-clare. THis has caused my posting efforts to keep this site rolling to be uncertain and frustrated. Having run the gamut of Celtic saints and catholic/orthodox saints I have reached the point where I am unsure regarding what I should make the steady theme. [...]
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Better late than never. Source: Community of Christ Our Hope Published by Gregory Horn · 27 August at 17:25 · The Community of Christ Our Hope Sydney does not have a formal policy on the AUSTRALIAN MARRIAGE LAW POSTAL SURVEY but notes the well-formed position of St Peter's Eastern Hill (Melbourne). St Peter's is a place of soul-stirring liturgy, [...]
Fr Casper and Br Francis Clare are pleased to welcome Br Celano as an ocassional writer and Administrator of Community of Christ Our Hope Sydney. Some wicked wizards locked him out of his account so he has come to new life with us. The Master's Harvest “Go therefore and make disciples of all the [...]
What I truly enjoy at Christ our Hope Sydney is the opportunity for feedback by our fellow brothers and sisters, giving their thought regarding the preachers gems and glass concerning the Homilies, our sermons and addresses. Today, at the end of of my Address I asked whether there were any criticisms or questions. Readings Matthew [...]
The very people the Lord came to save are those who live in constant fear and who have nothing to live on but hope. The fact that they live in dire poverty is not by their own choice, but the choice they make to live in [ ] Source: The People the Lord Came to Save
Most High, glorious God, enlighten the shadows of our hearts, and grant to us a right faith, a certain hope, and perfect charity, so that we may accomplish your holy will. As we walk in the footsteps of St. Francis of Assisi, give us a spirit of poverty and humility so that we may be [...]