Spiritual Reflections of Fr John Brian

A web place for epistles, sermons, homilies, and other spiritual and pastoral reflections of Fr John Brian Paprock, including Sunday sermons from Holy Transfiguration Chapel in Madison Wisconsin and links to articles published on-line. All images are from the archives of Fr John Brian. Most of them are photographs taken by him. Permission to use any of the content of this blog needs to be requested - frjohnbrian@gmail.com

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Trusting the Trinity for the Summer Season

Trusting the Trinity for the Summer Season
Trusting God this Summer

Unofficially, the last weekend in May - Memorial Day Weekend - begins the three month summer season in America.

Public schools are nearly all let out and many of the seasonal activities begin: beaches open, campsites open, the big outdoors beckons all to a season of leisure and fun. Every family takes vacation during the summer. Many travel.

Coincindentally, two of the most important holy days usually end up being celebrated as this summer season begins: Ascension and Pentecost.

Fr. John Brian talks about how very important these holy days are for our spiritual development and discusses the spirituality of the Holy Trinity, giving a new perspective on the summer season.

This sermon uses and refers to scripture readings appointed by the Syrian Malankara calendar and was given on Sunday, May 27, 2012 by Fr. John-Brian Paprock at Holy Transfiguration Orthodox Mission Chapel, Madison, Wisconsin. Please, as you are inspired, pray for us and help us.

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1 Comments:

  • At 10/04/2013, Blogger Tim Cray said…

    Gorgeous picture , summer heat is almost unbearable, so bringing water is also a must on your what-to-bring checklist.

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