Excellent, thoughtful preaching is a hallmark of the Cathedral’s liturgical life.

We believe very strongly in the word of God as dynamic and engaging—a word meant to transform us in profound ways. Reading sermons, praying or meditating with them, sharing and talking about them can all be ways of deepening your faith.

The Cathedral’s preachers include its regular clergy and also lay people and occasional visitors. Here, you will find links to sermons preached throughout the liturgical year. You can read texts of sermons, listen to them, or do both at once.

Sermons in French are listed on this page: https://www.montrealcathedral.ca/fr/homelies

Advent 1 December 3, 2017                  Mark 13 : 24-37 The first Sunday of Advent, now we can really get ready for Christmas! Forget the fact that the stores have had the Christmas decorations up for awhile and the secular Christmas carols have been piped in as well, now it is official, the first Sunday of […]

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A time of reckoning is upon us

Readings for Pentecost 24: Zeph 1:7,12-18; Ps 90:1-8,12; 1 Thess 5:1-11; Matt 25:14-30. That we are entering a natural time of darkness was unavoidable 2 weeks ago as we changed our clocks to give us more daylight to start our days.   This sign of darkening times is echoed well in the readings of this Christian […]

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Saying no to Caesar, saying yes to God!

October 22, 2017                 CCC                      Matthew 22: 15-22 Have you ever felt that you have fallen into a trap? Today’s gospel passage is about people setting a trap for Jesus. His opponents have joined forces. The Herodians, who are the collaborators with the occupying Roman forces, the people with money and influence, and the […]

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How to get along!

1 octobre 2017           CCC            Philippians : 2 :1-13 I love the Apostle Paul’s letter to the Church in Philippi, probably because it is the most relational. It is really a letter from a pastor to a congregation he is very close to. Having pastored now for over 30 years, I can identify with him. It was […]

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