Fr. Ted assures us that the more time we commit to our spiritual life, the more we will get out of it.
Fr. Ted reminds us that, "Christ is always in front of us," and that spiritual healing is readily available.
Sermons at St. Nicholas:
Participating in the Recreation of the World
The feasts of the Nativity and Baptism of Christ are dramatic examples of the intersection of the spiritual and material in the life of humanity. Fr Thomas teaches us that…
Thoughts on the Second Week of Lent
Fr. Ted encourages us to pace ourselves in this, our second week of Lent, as temptations from the evil one can thwart our efforts to be closer to God. He…