A Sermon for Sunday: Sunday III Post Epiphany | Revd Dr Robert Wilson

Dr Robert Wilson’s weekly Sunday sermon…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: St Anthony of Egypt

After St. Paul the Hermit, father of the Anchorites or hermits, the Christmas Cycle honours Saint Anthony, father of the Cenobites, who live in common…

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Marcellus I, Martyr

Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus; Commemoration of the Second Sunday Post Epiphany: Missa “In nomine Jesu”

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: The Most Holy Name of Jesus

Feast of the Holy Name of Jesus; Commemoration of the Second Sunday Post Epiphany: Missa “In nomine Jesu”

A Sermon for Sunday: The Most Holy Name & Sunday II Post Epiphany | Revd Dr Robert Wilson

Dr Robert Wilson’s weekly Sunday sermon…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: St Hilary of Poitiers

After having persecuted the Church during the first centuries, the Christian, but at the same time heretical emperors, continued their attacks by supporting Arianism which denied the divinity of Christ. In the season after Epiphany, when Jesus affirms His divinity by His teaching and miracles, the first saint whom the Church presents to us is one of the more intrepid defenders of this fundamental dogma of Christianity. St. Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: The Octave Day of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The thoughts of the Church, today, are fixed on the Baptism of our Lord in the Jordan, which is the second of the three Mysteries of the Epiphany. The Emmanuel manifested Himself to the Magi, after having shown Himself to the Shepherds; but this manifestation was made within the narrow space of a stable at Bethlehem, and the world knew nothing of it. In the Mystery of the Jordan, Christ manifested himself with greater publicity…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Day VII The Epiphany Octave

The Magi were not satisfied with paying their adorations to the great King, whom Mary presented to them. After the example of the Queen of Saba, who paid her homage to the Prince of Peace, in the person of King Solomon, these three Eastern Kings opened their treasures, and presented their offerings to Jesus. Our Emmanuel graciously accepted these mystic gifts, and suffered them not to leave him until he had loaded them with gifts infinitely more precious than those he had vouchsafed to receive…

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Day VI The Epiphany Octave

The sublime Mysteries, which we are celebrating during this holy season, have taught us the greatness of our own misery, and the immensity of God’s love for us, and we feel more than ever the obligation we are under of fleeing from the world and its concupiscences, and of uniting ourselves to God…

A Sermon for Sunday: The Most Holy Family & Sunday in the Epiphany Octave | Revd Dr Robert Wilson

Dr Robert Wilson’s weekly Sunday sermon…

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