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St. Mary of Pine Bluff is a glorious church surrounded by beautiful idyllic rolling hills on the western edge of Madison, WI – helping many discover a profound sense of the sacred with a warm family atmosphere. Such deep and devoted faith here, and so many amazing young families.
 
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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

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St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

Saint Mary's Episcopal Church - Eugene, OR

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Sermons and other recordings from St. Mary's Episcopal Church has been in downtown Eugene for over 150 years to worship, serve, and grow in faith. Guided by the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, we value community, inclusiveness, compassion, our living tradition, health, and collaborative leadership. All are welcome at St. Mary's, no matter what age, ethnicity or race, gender identity, sexual orientation or economic and social circumstances.
 
We are a vibrant Anglican church in the centre of Canterbury. As a Church we are committed to God’s call to be Holy and Being a Blessing. We are a growing family with members from all ages and stages of life; from new-borns to those in their senior years. So whether you’re leaving home for the first time, have moved to Canterbury with your family, in your senior years or any other stage of life, there is a place here at SMB for you to belong. Join us on a Sunday, we’re looking forward to mee ...
 
This audio drama follows a group of alumnae from the cult-like St. Mary's School as they uncover the truth about what happened to them as children. Listen in chronological order, preferably with headphones! New episodes release bi-weekly on Tuesdays. Learn more at http://www.newgirlpictures.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/new-girl-pictures/support
 
Admit it, choosing a college or university is tough. What if you had experts in the field to give you a behind the scenes look at the admissions process? Assistant Director of Admissions Grant Henry returns with a season of special guests to help you get unfiltered insights into life around the Mount. This season, Grant will be joined by two outstanding student co-hosts, current sophomores Tayla Stewart and Asia Yates. Reimagined to amplify current students' voices and highlight their experi ...
 
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Homily for the Second Sunday After Epiphany at St. Mary of Pine Bluff in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Introit: Psalms 65: 4Epistle: Romans 12: 6-16Gospel: John 2: 1-11 Propers for the Second Sunday After Epiphany (from ExtraordinaryForm.org)
 
Our Gospel story for today, the miracle at the wedding in Cana of Galilee, is the first of seven signs in John's Gospel that are designed to show us something about the divine power in Jesus. John tells us these are not all of the signs that Jesus provided. There were more. These are simply the ones John decided to share with us. Not all of them ar…
 
Mass Readings: Second Sunday in Ordinary Time. Fr. Will dives into the question of how can we allow our hearts to be transformed into Christ's? If Christ has the power to change simple water into wine, how can he transform our own hearts?
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Reading I: Is 62:1-5Responsorial Psalm: 96:1-2, 2-3, 7-8, 9-10 Reading II: 1 Cor 12:4-11Gospel: Jn 2:1-11 Follow the readings (from USCCB)Fr Richard Heilman
 
The Sunday homily of Fr. Michael Weldon, OFM, at St. Mary's Basilica in downtown Phoenix. Videos of the full Mass are collected at the Basilica's YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3N-NkNQk-zQ2xAS86FCxoQRobert
 
Msgr. James Bartylla’s homily for the Feast of the Holy Family at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Monsignor celebrated Holy Mass in the extraordinary form. Introit: Proverbs 23: 24-25Epistle: Colossians 3: 12-17Gospel: Luke 2: 42-52 Propers for the Feast of the Holy Family (from ExtraordinaryForm.org)…
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Reading I: Is 42:1-4, 6-7Responsorial Psalm: 29:1-2, 3-4, 3, 9-10Reading II: Acts 10:34-38Gospel: Lk 3:15-16, 21-22 Follow the readings (from USCCB)Fr Richard Heilman
 
Baptism of the Lord Hello St. Mary Magdalene, This weekend we celebrate the baptism of the Lord, the inauguration of Jesus' public ministry and a chance for us to renew the graces of our own baptism and our adoption as God's sons and daughters! Also, Patrick Madrid will be coming to St. Mary Magdalene on February 11, 2022 from 7-9pm! He'll be givin…
 
Let us pray: O God who names us, who claims us, and is who is with us always, make yourself known to us today in these words, through the power of your Holy Spirit. Amen. “I have called you by name, you are mine.” I’ve learned the names of thousands of students over my 22 years of teaching. There’s something very powerful about being able to call s…
 
The Sunday homily of Fr. Michael Weldon, OFM, at St. Mary's Basilica in downtown Phoenix. Videos of the full Mass are collected at the Basilica's YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3N-NkNQk-zQ2xAS86FCxoQRobert
 
Happy New Year! Hello St. Mary Magdalene, Today's video is a quick one but I wanted to give a cool update on our sanctuary. March 14, 2022 is our projected start date. This means we'll finish by June 1, 2022! Thank you for all of your prayers and support in getting to this point. I am excited for what this will do for our parish and am grateful for…
 
Encountering Christ in the Incarnation demands a response. Fr. Will preaches on how during this Solemnity of the Epiphany we have come to adore Christ in this manger scene. How can we slow down and spend time reflecting on our own gifts we can offer to the Lord within the sacrifice of the Mass?
 
We are at the threshold of a new year, at the beginning of something new. We also sense that we are at the threshold of a new world. It’s not just a new year, it’s a new era. And we are filled with trepidation. The story of the epiphany is a threshold story. King Herod hears that the wise ones from the East have seen a new star rising, the star of …
 
Merry Christmas! Hello St. Mary Magdalene, Merry Christmas from all of the priests and staff of St. Mary Magdalene parish. I pray that this is a time of great joy and fulfillment through Christ who comes into our world and into our lives to be Emmanuel, God With Us. May His birth give us sight in our joys and struggles to see that He is present to …
 
The Sunday homily of Fr. Michael Weldon, OFM, at St. Mary's Basilica in downtown Phoenix. Videos of the full Mass are collected at the Basilica's YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3N-NkNQk-zQ2xAS86FCxoQRobert
 
The Midnight Mass homily of Fr. Michael Weldon, OFM, at St. Mary's Basilica in downtown Phoenix. Videos of the full Mass are collected at the Basilica's YouTube page https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3N-NkNQk-zQ2xAS86FCxoQRobert
 
Merry Christmas! I am on something of a mission. It is a simple mission, and the mission is this: I want you to keep celebrating. Christmas is not over. Christmas is twelve days long. Today is only the second day of Christmas. We have eleven glorious days still to celebrate. I love to find some way to intentionally celebrate Christmas every day of …
 
Fr. Richard Heilman’s homily for Christmas Day at St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church in Pine Bluff, Wisconsin. Father celebrated Holy Mass in the ordinary form. Reading I: Is 52:7-10Responsorial Psalm: 98:1, 2-3, 3-4, 5-6.Reading II: Heb 1:1-6Gospel: Jn 1:1-18 Follow the readings (from USCCB)Fr Richard Heilman
 
Merry Christmas! Our Advent journey has come to its end. We have arrived in Bethlehem with Mary and Joseph to welcome the birth of their son Jesus. Like the Shepherds, we have come to the manger to see this thing that has taken place. Whatever preparations we need to get done during Advent in order to celebrate Christmas--time's up. It's here. What…
 
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