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Sermons at St. Nicholas

Each week, we hear the current Sunday sermon from St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Mckees Rocks, PA by Fr. Tom Soroka. Fr. Tom is also heard on The Path, available Monday through Friday.

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    Preparing for Judgment, Preparing for Pascha (Mt 25:31-46)

    On Meatfare Sunday we commemorate the Last Judgment, when Christ ...

    On Meatfare Sunday we commemorate the Last Judgment, when Christ returns to His creation to judge the world and redeem His people. Fr Thomas reminds us that our fasting is related to the Judgment. As we fast to prepare for Pascha, the Lord's resurrection

    Feb 19, 2015 Read more
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    The Light which Overcomes Darkness (Eph 4:7-13)

    The feast of Theophany heralds the light which overcomes all ...

    The feast of Theophany heralds the light which overcomes all darkness. Fr. Thomas reminds us that this darkness, which is present in many places in our life, is destroyed by the truth and life of Christ himself.

    Jan 11, 2015 Read more
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    Healing Our Family Tree (Mt 1:1-25)

    As we prepare to celebrate the Nativity of Christ, the ...

    As we prepare to celebrate the Nativity of Christ, the eternal Word of God become man, we remember that the Lord Jesus Christ has both a familial and spiritual lineage. Through His birth, He heals the brokenness of His, and our, human family. (Sunday befo

    Dec 22, 2014 Read more
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    Worship as Our True Purpose (Eph 5:15-20)

    Sometimes Christians unfortunately feel burdened by the frequent call to ...

    Sometimes Christians unfortunately feel burdened by the frequent call to worship. Fr Thomas reminds us that worship is not only one thing we do as Christians, it is the very purpose of our life: to constantly give thanks to God.

    Dec 10, 2014 Read more
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    The Church is Our Hospital (Luke 10:25-37)

    The parable of the Good Samaritan is universally known as ...

    The parable of the Good Samaritan is universally known as an encouragement to good works, to serve those who are in need. Fr Thomas reminds us that behind the parable is a deeper meaning which helps us experience the Church as a spiritual hospital.

    Nov