Resources for Sunday

I’ve been asked many times about the resources I use in my own sermon preparation.  Many of the commentaries and other reference books I consult are listed in the “Priest’s Library” bibliography.  Some of these resources are available on the Web and over the years I’ve collected numerous link and snippets that I’m sharing here.  Clicking the links below will take you the collections I’ve put together for each Sunday and Holy Day using Evernote.  The content of each collection varies, but most include Patristic commentary and sermons; homiletic material from Reformers like Luther and Calvin; and a broad range of  sermons from Anglican preachers like Latimer, Wesley, Williams, Keble, Newman, Robertson.  Each collection also includes commentary on the propers from John Henry Blunt’s Annotated Book of Common Prayer, Massey Shepherd’s Oxford American Prayer Book Commentary, Fred Lindemann’s The Sermon and the Propers, Melville Scott’s Harmony of the Collects, Epistles, and Gospels, J.C. Ryle’s Expository Thoughts on the Gospels, and Charles Simeon’s sermon outlines from Horæ Homileticæ. This is a work in progress and new material will be added as it becomes available to me.

St. Stephen
St. John
Holy Innocents
St. Andrew
Monday in Holy Week
St. Thomas
Tuesday in Holy Week
Converion of St. Paul
Wednesday in Holy Week
Purification of St. Mary
St. Matthias
Annunciation of St. Mary
St. Mark
Easter Day
Sts. Philip & James
Easter Monday
St. Barnabas
Easter Tuesday
St. John Baptist
St. Peter
Transfiguration
St. Bartholomew
St. Matthew
St. Michael
St. Luke
Sts. Simon & Jude
Whitsun Monday
Ember Days
Whitsun Tuesday
Rogation Days
Thanksgiving
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