The Great Feasts of Summer: The Meaning of Everything!
In the reading from 2 Peter for the feast of the Transfiguration, St. Peter himself insists that the apostolic teaching concerning Jesus Christ is not a matter of myth or fable or some sort of cunning religious scam. The apostles are not con-artists. They are eyewitnesses to the power and majesty of the Lord Jesus Christ. They saw what they saw – and they heard what they heard – on Mount Tabor and they have shared their testimony with those willing and able to receive it. They have shared their testimony so that even though time and the years may pass, the truth about Jesus Christ will be firmly established for believers.Read More →