Holy Island Homily

A man died. Someone asked his friend 'What did he leave?'. The friend paused. 'I think he left everything' he said. Since we can't take anything that perishes with us, why not build up assets that we can take with us, because they are part of the true selves that God intends us to be for ever? Kate Tristram introducing Matthew 6:19-23 at this morning's Eucharist at St. Mary's Church

Jacob comes to lunch. He would like to recruit five fellow students in Colorado to create a sort of modern monastery. Their only treasures will be the multiplication of little community houses where people who currently do not know Jesus will become colonies of heaven.

From homily to home truths?

Posted at 01:26am on 18th June 2010
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