Thursday, May 24, 2018

Bishop Curry's Sermon at St. George's Chapel

Royal Wedding Sermon Delivered
...for Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, their assembled guests, and all others that will reflect globally and be inspired spiritually by this message at the Windsor Castle royal wedding venue.

UPDATE: complete video added (Duration: 13:39)


Personally, one impressive analogy that was presented is about humanity discovering fire -- for the second time. The American Episcopal Bishop begins the analogy between love and fire at approximately 10:30 on the above video. It may be valuable enough to watch the video from the beginning to appreciate the excellent and situationally unique sermon. The analogy comes near the end. It can be appreciated on its own in text below.

Love and Fire Analogy
(Excerpt) "French Jesuit Pierre Teilhard de Chardin was arguably one of the great minds, one of the great spirits of the 20th century. A Jesuit, Roman Catholic priest, scientist, a scholar, a mystic. In some of his writings, he said from his scientific background as well as his theological one. In some of his writings, he said as others have, that the discovery or invention or harnessing of fire was one of the great scientific and technological discoveries in all of human history...

...And he then went on to say that if humanity ever harnesses the energy of fire again -- if humanity ever captures the energy of love -- it will be the second time in history that we have discovered fire."

Source: Ponder Anew, 5.19.2018

Can you not imagine a better assembled group to hear, in person, the hand-picked preacher's stunning royal wedding message? As one commenter on a linked-to website said, "He [The Right Rev. Bishop Michael Bruce Curry] took people to church today, Happy Sabbath." Masterfully done, Harry and Meghan.

Markle Sparkle: "The New Royal Strain." Seriously, of cultivated cannabis. As in, "Your Royal Highness?" Culture-neutral plaudits to America's newly-minted royal nephew [Tyler Dooley from Oregon] for what some might consider cheeky branding at the expense of British royal stuffiness.


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