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Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville

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Release Date: 09/02/2019

Homily - Sunday before the Cross; Serpents and Salvation show art Homily - Sunday before the Cross; Serpents and Salvation

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Homily on St. John 3:13-17. "The Lord said... as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of man be lifted up ... " What's that all about? Snakes and salvation. Enjoy the show!

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Homily - Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Unity show art Homily - Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Unity

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  God desires that we be one as He is One; forgiveness are essential for both the vertical and horizontal dimensions of this unity.  Enjoy the show!

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Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville show art Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  The Divine Liturgy was our first in our new location.  Enjoy the show!

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Homily: Lord Save me! show art Homily: Lord Save me!

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1 Corinthians 3:9-17; St. Matthew 14:22-34.  In this homily, given at the first "official" Divine Liturgy with the Holy Resurrection mission in Waynesville, NC, Fr. Anthony focuses on the hand that Jesus Christ gives to Peter when he called out "Lord save me!" as he sank into the water. Enjoy the show!

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Homily - The Feeding of the Five Thousand and the Multiplication of Grace show art Homily - The Feeding of the Five Thousand and the Multiplication of Grace

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In this, his last homily as the priest of St. Mary's in Allentown, Fr. Anthony describes how the multiplication of the loaves is a model for all the good work we do in the world, to the glory of God and the serving of our neighbors.  Enjoy the show!

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Homily: A Christian Response to Violence and Division show art Homily: A Christian Response to Violence and Division

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Matthew 9:27-35Romans 15:1-7 A world of violence, of division, of demonization, of sinful self-righteousness. Surely we have to do something. And so we try. We come up with policies, but because we are so damaged and divided, these just polarize us more. Gun control? Assimilation? Immigration? The reaction each of us have to these words; the defensiveness, the anger, the argumentativeness... these demonstrate the need for something stronger, something that goes deeper. We need a new start. A way to allow us to approach ourselves, one another, and our problems with new eyes. The Gospel is that...

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Homily - Virtue as the Fruit and Seed of Evangelism show art Homily - Virtue as the Fruit and Seed of Evangelism

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Homily on Romans 12:6-14, St. Volodymyr (it was his day), and Fr. Richard Jendras' ordination (which took place the previous day).  He shares the relationship of culture to virtue to the spread of all things good, focusing on the pivotal role of kindness.

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Homily: How to heal in Christ show art Homily: How to heal in Christ

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Christ sent his disciples out to heal.  Today (7/14) we celebrate Sts. Cosmos and Damion, the Unmercenary Healers.  In this homily, Fr. Anthony reminds us that is our calling - not just that of clergy and medical professionals - to heal the brokenness of those around us.  Enjoy the show!

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Excerpts from a Mission Liturgy show art Excerpts from a Mission Liturgy

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This Liturgy was celebrated in Waynesville, NC as an outreach of St. Mary's (Pokrova) in Allentown, PA and in anticipation of the mission (Holy Resurrection) that is scheduled to begin services in Waynesville on 18 August 2019.  The audio of the homily is not all that great (it was a small room, so Fr. Anthony kept his voice down as was a distance from the microphone, so we supplemented it with some of the music from the service.  Enjoy the show!

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Homily - Pentecost and the Unifying Language of Love show art Homily - Pentecost and the Unifying Language of Love

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Acts 2:1-11; John 7:37-52; 8:12. God is love; the Father is love when He creates us and the world we are called to serve; the Son is love when He sacrifices Himself for our salvation; the Holy Spirit is love when He comforts, sustains, and strengthens us so that we can live in imitation of and in participation with them in this unifying love. In our tradition, Pentecost is also known as Trinity Sunday, and it is important that we celebrate not just the coming of the Holy Spirit, but the way that all three persons of the Holy Trinity act out of one will, one essence, one “love” if you will....

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  The Divine Liturgy was our first in our new location.  Enjoy the show!