Tuesday, October 18, 2011

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Saint Luke

Saint Luke


In a sermon from Evensong in 2010, Fr Daniels explained:

Luke is the gospel writer who recorded in his book those two canticles that we hear at every service of Evensong ‚Äì indeed, every evening office. Mary’s song, the Magnificat, comes from Luke’s gospel, as does Simeon’s song, the Nunc Dimittis, both of which we just heard. Without Saint Luke we’d have neither of those. His is a gospel marked by magnificent story-telling, brilliant uses of words and images that tell the stories that make up what many of us think about, when we think about the stories of the the rest here.

Almighty God, who didst inspire thy servant Luke the physician to set forth in the Gospel the love and healing power of thy Son: Graciously continue in thy Church the like love and power to heal, to the praise and glory of thy Name; through the same thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Morning Prayer & Holy Eucharist ID: 78878; 1 pers.; [18 words]
8:00 AM

Morning Prayer Psalm:  103 Lesson: Ezekiel 47:1-12 Holy Eucharist ‚Äì Rite I Lesson: II Timothy 4:5-13 Gospel: Luke 4:14-21

Holy Eucharist ID: 78879; 1 pers.; [22 words]
12:10 PM

Holy Eucharist ‚Äì Rite II Lesson: II Timothy 4:5-13 Gospel: Luke 4:14-21  The Tuesday 12:10 Mass includes a healing service of Holy Unction.

Festal Eucharist ID: 78880; 2 pers.; 5 prog.; [74 words]
5:30 PM

Above: The exterior of the rose window of Saint Thomas Church. What does this have to do with St Luke? In each corner of the square that contains the window is a symbol of one of the four Gospel writers. Working clockwise from the upper left: an angel, the symbol of Matthew; a lion, symbol...

Christian Ethics: Behaving in Public ID: 78881; [122 words]
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Nigel Biggar, the Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology at Oxford University, has written Behaving in Public to explain to ordinary, intelligent Christians why they should resist the false choice between “conservative” theological integrity and “liberal” secular consensus. If you are tired of the polarities of contemporary politics, this book can show a way...

30s-40s Fellowship: Dinner & Discussion ID: 78882; [198 words]
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Approximately once a month (except during the summer), the 30s-40s Fellowship gathers for dinner followed by a discussion on a chosen topic. This is an excellent way for newcomers to meet parishioners. This is not a singles group (some of those who attend the group are in relationships; some are raising children), but rather a...

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