Author Archive: saintphilipsnorwood

Morning Prayer for Monday October 3 2022

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Compline for Sunday October 2 2022

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October 2, 2022, I Want More, Luke 17:5-10, Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click the link above. The disciples, Peter, and James, and John, and the rest, lived and walked and worked with Jesus for three years. When Jesus touched a leper (which, for the record, nobody does) he was healed. When Jesus called a man out of the grave, the man came …

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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost 17 October 2 2022

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September 25, 2022, Playing with Fire, Luke 16:19-31 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

To listen to this sermon, click the link above. There is a story that Carroll and I find amusing, about friends we knew in St. Louis years ago, a couple, Chuck and Teresa Schmidt. They were young – we were pretty young, too, at the time – and they had a biggish family, like ours. …

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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost 16 September 25 2022

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September 19, 2022, The Dishonest Steward, Luke 16:1-13 – guest speaker, Bishop Michael Smith

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September 11, 2022, The Joy of Finding and Being Found, Luke 15:1-10 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

When my daughter Emily was three or four years old, we were at a church picnic one Sunday afternoon, enjoying conversation with friends while Emily played quietly nearby. But suddenly, we turned to check on her, and she wasn’t there. We called, and we all got up and looked behind and under everything, and no …

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Holy Eucharist for Pentecost 14 September 11 2022

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September 4, 2022, Making the Leap, Luke 14:25-33 – Mtr. Kathryn Boswell

Having been here at St. Philip’s for almost twelve years, I know how devoted the people of our church are to their families. I have seen so many of you make sacrifices, big and small, for the people you love. A big part of being a real, mature grownup person is the ability and willingness …

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