All Saints Homilies show

All Saints Homilies

Summary: Weekly sermons from All Saints Antiochian Church in Chicago, IL, preached by Fr. Pat Reardon.

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 Spiritual Paralysis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 26:39

On the Sunday of the Paralytic, Fr. Pat reflects upon a most pernicious kind of paralysis — the spiritual kind.

 Spiritual Paralysis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 26:39

On the Sunday of the Paralytic, Fr. Pat reflects upon a most pernicious kind of paralysis — the spiritual kind.

 This is Not the Divine Peace | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 11:52

In this homily given on Great and Holy Thursday, we meditate with Fr. Pat both on the encounters that Moses, Job, and Isaiah had with God, and on Jesus’ agony in the garden, and the significance of these various events as they pertain to our daily practice.

 This is Not the Divine Peace | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 11:52

In this homily given on Great and Holy Thursday, we meditate with Fr. Pat both on the encounters that Moses, Job, and Isaiah had with God, and on Jesus’ agony in the garden, and the significance of these various events as they pertain to our daily practice.

 Memory, the Church, and Thomas | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 24:06

On St. Thomas Sunday Fr. Pat considers the theological meaning of memory, the quality of the event of the Church, and the challenge of that event.

 Memory, the Church, and Thomas | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 24:06

On St. Thomas Sunday Fr. Pat considers the theological meaning of memory, the quality of the event of the Church, and the challenge of that event.

 This Messes Up All of Our Statistics | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:29

In the Holy Communion, there is a change of substance. The bread and the wine have been transformed. We receive into our flesh the risen power of Christ.

 This Messes Up All of Our Statistics | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:29

In the Holy Communion, there is a change of substance. The bread and the wine have been transformed. We receive into our flesh the risen power of Christ.

 It Fits and Turns the Lock | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:15

In this homily from Palm Sunday, Fr. Pat fortifies us on our journey with three points about the Cross: two negative and one positive.

 It Fits and Turns the Lock | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 23:15

In this homily from Palm Sunday, Fr. Pat fortifies us on our journey with three points about the Cross: two negative and one positive.

 The Danger is not an Armed Guard | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 22:27

Mark’s account of the Lord’s questions about baptism and the cup (Mark 10:32-45) are especially poignant for the Christians at Rome, who are thereby instructed about an important dimension of their own participation in the sacraments.

 The Danger is not an Armed Guard | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 22:27

Mark’s account of the Lord’s questions about baptism and the cup (Mark 10:32-45) are especially poignant for the Christians at Rome, who are thereby instructed about an important dimension of their own participation in the sacraments.

 Living in the Bottom Half of the Painting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 20:47

In Mark 9, just after the Transfiguration, Jesus addresses the faith of the crowds surrounding the disciples as well as that of a man whose son He then heals. As we look toward the last weeks of Lent, Fr. Pat helps us think about our own faith.

 Living in the Bottom Half of the Painting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 20:47

In Mark 9, just after the Transfiguration, Jesus addresses the faith of the crowds surrounding the disciples as well as that of a man whose son He then heals. As we look toward the last weeks of Lent, Fr. Pat helps us think about our own faith.

 Checking the Odometer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 21:50

To follow Christ is first to be understood in a literal and existential way. It is not a diminishing of observance, it’s the augmentation of observance. We profess our allegiance to Christ, and our commitment to His Lordship.

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