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Called in Difficult Times

Ninth Bishop of Texas

Release Date: 12/17/2020

Jesus and the Wolf Pack show art Jesus and the Wolf Pack

Ninth Bishop of Texas

What can a wolf pack teach us about the Gospel? God will not shun us, no matter what, into the wilderness. We’re to be more like God and Jesus Christ, and less like the leaders of the world. Instead, we’re to serve each other.

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Overcoming Human Love show art Overcoming Human Love

Ninth Bishop of Texas

A sermon by Bishop Andy Doyle given at St. John's Episcopal Church, LaPorte, TX

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Go Out and Baptize show art Go Out and Baptize

Ninth Bishop of Texas

Sermon by Bishop Andy Doyle given at St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church, Nassau Bay, TX

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Do We Know Their Names? show art Do We Know Their Names?

Ninth Bishop of Texas

God invites us to love our neighbors and take up our cruciform shepherds' staves into the world, just as Jesus did. A sermon by Bishop Andy Doyle given at Epiphany Episcopal Church, Burnet TX.

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Giving Up On Giving Up On "My Way"

Ninth Bishop of Texas

A sermon by the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, preached at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Katy TX.

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Gifts We Share With Each Other show art Gifts We Share With Each Other

Ninth Bishop of Texas

A sermon preached by Bishop C. Andrew Doyle at Christ the King, Alief, Houston

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We Are Given to One Another show art We Are Given to One Another

Ninth Bishop of Texas

A sermon by Bishop Andy Doyle, preached at Good Shepherd Indian, Houston.

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Healed So We May Serve God show art Healed So We May Serve God

Ninth Bishop of Texas

A sermon by Bishop Doyle preached at St. Paul's, Kilgore.

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What Must We Be Liberated From? show art What Must We Be Liberated From?

Ninth Bishop of Texas

What must we be freed from so that we may embrace God's invitation to draw closer to God and to one another?

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Light in Bleak Midwinter show art Light in Bleak Midwinter

Ninth Bishop of Texas

Christmas Eve sermon for 2020 from Bishop Doyle: Christ comes to us no matter where we are, wherever our friends and family may be found; nothing on Earth can keep your savior away.

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"Non-action in times such as these is not an option for a Christian ... we are invited by this prophecy to lighten the burdens of others." A sermon from Bishop Doyle at Trinity Episcopal Church, Marble Falls.