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.

 

Mary Magdalene – I was there with him

  SERMON—Feast of St. Mary Magdalene—22 July 2018          Once again, St. Peter had to remind me that today (or rather, tomorrow) is my feast day.  I’m not sure why, but I seem to forget every year.  Perhaps it’s the melodic sounds of the never-ending angelic choirs up here, or simply that such things are […]

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July 22 2018 CCC John 6: 1-21 I love a good story. There was a time where people told more stories, around the campfire, the hearth, around the table. Maybe you remember, earlier times, an uncle, an aunt, who could spin a good story. My dad could, but that part of him only came out […]

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Pray for the peace of Jerusalem

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem” (Jerusalem Sunday, Easter 7, May 13, 2018) Scriptures: Acts 1:15-17, 21-26.  Psalm 122. I John 5:9-13.  John 17:6-19  I promised to preach about prayer the next time I had a chance. Now, by the luck of the draw, today is Jerusalem Sunday and the whole Anglican Church in Canada […]

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A friend to follow.

CCC            May 6 2018                          John 15 :9-17 I have a confession. I am not that much of enthusiast of the Gospel of John. There I have said it, my colleagues here know it but I am coming right out and saying it from the pulpit. Of course, all scriptures are there for our edification, […]

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