A Present, Close, Immediate Reality – Sermon for Lent 5A – April 6, 2014

Fr. Funston’s sermon for Lent 5, April 6, 2014, is now online:

Ezekiel, a young apprentice priest, experienced this. The religious institution he served, the Jerusalem Temple, was destroyed and he was reduced from a prominent position as a priest in Jerusalem to that of a temple-less priest in exile. God then pegged him to become a prophet to the exile community; he tells us in the very first sentence of his book that he “was among the exiles by the river Chebar, the heavens were opened, and [he] saw visions of God.” (Ezek 1:1)

Read the entire sermon here.

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