Tag Archives: Deacon Scott McKellar

The Vulnerability of Prayer

This Sunday’s reading from Luke’s Gospel is a very familiar story. Ten lepers approach Jesus and are healed, yet only one returns to give thanks.

Seeking to Find the Lost

Jesus’ words in today’s Gospel remind me of something that happened to me while I was living in Europe a number of years ago.

The Audacity of Prayer

This Sunday’s Gospel is a summary of Jesus’ teaching on prayer.

The Day of Pentecost

Today we celebrate Pentecost Sunday.

Hearing, Knowing, and Following

Many years ago, I rented a house on a rural property near to the city I worked in.

Counting the Cost

Our annual experience of Psalm Sunday brings back childhood memories.

Bearing Fruit in Christ

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, you are 37 times more likely to die in a motorcycle accident than a car accident.

When you see as God sees, out of love, you will do as God says

Many will find today’s Gospel filled with impossible sounding “hard sayings” by Jesus.

Baptism of Jesus

During Advent we accompanied John the Baptist who was preparing the way of the Lord.

Prepare the Way of the Lord

On this Second Sunday of Advent, our readings draw our attention to St. John the Baptist and his role as one who prepares the way of the Lord.

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October 19, 2019
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