Bishop’s Homilies

Forgiveness – a Christian currency that can leave a legacy? 

“Forgiveness is the medium of change of God’s people in the Kingdom of God.”

Depending on our geographical location, we use different currencies on a day to day basis. Whether dollars, euros, yen or yuan, these represent ways of giving and receiving, of denoting and expressing value or even love. But what is the currency used in the Kingdom of God? Bishop John Michael Botean suggests that the only currency which can leave a legacy is most probably… forgiveness.

This homily was recorded on July 31, 2016 at St. George Cathedral in Canton, Ohio.

 

Past Homilies

How are we to be Christians today?

“Do we have it in us to be agents of unity in the society that we live in, to become healers of the divisions that we find all around us?”

Find out Bishop Botean’s answer to this extremely important question that all Christians face today not only in the United States but all over the world.

This homily was recorded on July 10, 2016 at St. George Cathedral in Canton, OH.

 

Easter Homily 

March 27, 2016 at St. George Cathedral in Canton, Ohio.

 

“The Three Most Important Questions in Life”

This homily is an excerpt from the Divine Liturgy that took place on
Sunday, January 31, 2016 at St. George Cathedral in Canton, Ohio.

 

“All Will Be Well”

Bishop’s Christmas Day Homily (December 25, 2015).