RCC Sermons

From the beginning, women have been the backbone of the church. It was a group of women who were first identified as Jesus’ financial backers. After his resurrection, Jesus first…
Government. Can’t live with it; can’t live without it. And with the rise in the practice of “separation of church and state,” especially with the threat of taxation retaliation from…
“The love of money is the root of all evil,” or so the saying goes. Everyone knows that’s not literally true, but on the other hand, everyone knows it’s mostly…
For years the acid tests for a faithful Christian included church attendance, giving, and a rock-stable marriage. Then the divorce tsunami swept across the nation and Baby Boomers led the…
The plight of the poor has been addressed by every generation since Moses … and probably before. That’s over 3200 years that the collective of humanity has not been able…
In the late 1800s alcohol began to take the blame for no end of social ills. Overcrowded prisons, swelling poorhouses, rising crime, widespread corruption, and general poor health were all…
Most fairy tales begin with the words, “Once upon a time … ” For many people today, the story of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead is about as “real” as…
For every Tigger, there seems to be a dozen Eeyores. For every optimist, there are three realists and nine pessimists. If you want to have a good time, there are…
Hope. It kept POWs alive in Vietnam. Hope. It kept Martin Luther King marching for freedom. Hope. It’s a powerful emotion that is at the bottom of healing – and…
How good is good enough? Does it count if I fudge a little here? Shade the truth a bit there? Upsell myself so I look better than I have? Does…
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