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Arnoldo Romero

St. Philip’s Welcomes Deacon for Six Months

A little more than a year ago Mr. Arnoldo Romero came to St. Philip’s as our field education student. For the past three years Arnoldo has been studying in the…

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Read The Rev. Dr. Michael K. Marsh’s Sermons

AN EPISCOPAL PRIEST’S SERMONS, PRAYERS, AND REFLECTIONS ON LIFE, BECOMING HUMAN, AND DISCOVERING OUR DIVINITY

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  • Time For An Update
    I began “Interrupting the Silence” a little over twelve years ago in January 2009. It started with a few “I wonder ifs.” “I wonder if I can figure out the technology and how to create a blog.” “I wonder if… Read More Time For An Update
  • What Haunts You Today? – A Sermon On Mark 6:14-29
    Seventh Sunday After Pentecost: Proper 10, Year B – Mark 6:14-29 Do you ever feel like your life is haunted, like something unresolved has come to visit? Do you ever feel like something is wandering the hallways of your heart… Read More What Haunts You Today? – A Sermon On Mark 6:14-29
  • The Hometown Disadvantage – A Sermon On Mark 6:1-13
    Sixth Sunday after Pentecost: Proper 9, Year B – Mark 6:1-13 “Jesus came to his hometown.” He’s left that place where he healed Jairus’ daughter and the hemorrhaging women and has returned to Nazareth. It’s the place where he grew… Read More The Hometown Disadvantage – A Sermon On Mark 6:1-13
  • The Divine Touch – A Sermon On Mark 5:21-43
    Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 8, Year B – Mark 5:21-43 I’m usually the one that drives when my wife, Cyndy, and I go somewhere. If we’re going further than a few blocks I almost always roll up the sleeve… Read More The Divine Touch – A Sermon On Mark 5:21-43
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