One of the most memorable stories from the Bible that we learned when we were children, is from the Gospel of Matthew 14:22-33, concerning the miracle of the walking on the water which specifically shows Jesus divine powers as Lord of creation.
This weekend we are celebrating the glorious feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord, which is described in three Gospels.
In today’s gospel for the 7th Sunday of Matthew 9:27-34, which focuses on two blind men who approached Jesus asking to be healed of their affliction.
Today we hear the Gospel of the 6th Sunday of Matthew concerning the paralytic whose friends brought him to Jesus on a bed (Matthew 9:1-8).
It is with infinite sadness that we must announce the passing of Michael Alexander (Sash) Macura, of Pottstown, PA, in July 2022.
Elaine (Andras) Greenjack Curtis, 82, of West Chester, passed away peacefully in her home on Sunday, July 17, 2022.
Today we hear the Gospel from Saint Matthew Chapter 8 verses 5-13, about the centurion who approached Jesus as he entered into the city of Capernaum. The Centurion entreated the Lord to heal his servant who was paralyzed and unable to move. The centurion did not ask Jesus to visit his house; rather, he asked the Lord to give the “word” and he believed his servant would be healed.
In today’s gospel from Matthew 6:22-33, Jesus exhorts us that the, “eye is the lamp of the body”, if your eyes are healthy then your life will be filled with light, but if they are unhealthy then your life will be full of darkness.
Today we celebrate the Feast of All Saints of North America and Russia, the Sunday following the Feast of All Saints.
Today the Sunday following the Feast of Pentecost, we celebrate the Feast of All Saints, and the beginning of a new liturgical cycle, highlighted by the scriptural readings taken from the Gospel of Matthew.