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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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    The Cross: More than a Symbol (John 3:13-17)

    The accusation is sometimes leveled against Orthodox Christians that they ...

    The accusation is sometimes leveled against Orthodox Christians that they are "concerned with symbols over substance." Fr Thomas reminds us that both symbols and the meaning behind them are important for deep faith in God. (Sunday before the Elevation of

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    Orthodoxy: It’s Not About the Food! (Mt 14:14-22)

    Orthodox Churches are often culturally rich and sometimes churches hold ...

    Orthodox Churches are often culturally rich and sometimes churches hold festivals to showcase their delicious ethnic foods. Fr Thomas reminds us that, while there is nothing wrong with ethnic foods or festivals, we should ensure that our emphasis is on th

    Aug 3, 2014 Read more
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    How to Combat Apathy in the Church (Rom 15:1-7)

    Jesus issued a stern warning in the book of Revelation ...

    Jesus issued a stern warning in the book of Revelation for the church which was lukewarm and apathetic: "I will spit you out of my mouth." Fr Thomas reminds us that every Divine Service we attend at church, we have an opportunity "practice" the unity and

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    Three Hallmarks of a Disciple (Mt 4:18-23)

    We can often take membership in the church for granted, ...

    We can often take membership in the church for granted, wrongfully thinking it's just another organization. Fr Thomas reminds us that our calling is not just to be a member, but a disciple, a follower of Christ. (Second Sunday after Pentecost)

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    Why I’m (Still) Orthodox [Jn 17:1-13]

    It's becoming more and more common today for some people ...

    It's becoming more and more common today for some people to leave the religion of their childhood and explore other faiths. While Orthodoxy has recently gained a tremendous number of converts from this movement, admittedly, "the door swings both ways." Fr

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    You are God’s Unfinished Work (John 9:1-38)

    In the healing of the man born blind, Jesus heals ...

    In the healing of the man born blind, Jesus heals not only his blindness, but also his spiritual understanding. Fr Thomas reminds us that just as the man born blind came to a fuller revelation of who Jesus was, we too must also allow the mercy and grace o

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    Having a Conversation with God (John 4:5-42)

    In the story of the Samaritan Woman at Jacob's Well, ...

    In the story of the Samaritan Woman at Jacob's Well, Jesus has a life-changing conversation with her. Fr Thomas reminds us that each one of us needs to have this conversation with God, which can ultimately lead us to put Him first above all things. (Fifth

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    Encouragement for Holy Week (John 12:1-18)

    Orthodox Christians around the world will embark upon the most ...

    Orthodox Christians around the world will embark upon the most important time of the year, Holy Week, leading to the celebration of the Resurrection of Christ. Fr Thomas reminds us that Holy Week is our opportunity to experience the value of Christ above

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    Discerning the Will of God (Mk 10:32-45)

    While discerning the will of God for us is an ...

    While discerning the will of God for us is an important aspect of our life, Fr Thomas reminds us that becoming a humble servant of all in every situation will ensure that we are always doing His will. (Fifth Sunday of Great Lent)

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    The Significance of the Cross (Mk 8:34-9:1)

    At the mid-point of Great Lent, the church brings out ...

    At the mid-point of Great Lent, the church brings out the precious cross in our midst for veneration. Fr Thomas reminds us that the cross is more than just a lifeless symbol, it's the very path of our salvation. (Third Sunday of Lent)

    Mar 25, 2014 Read more
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