Frank Hegedüs

The Rev. Dr. Frank Hegedűs, a priest of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, is currently chaplain of Saint Margaret’s Anglican Church in Budapest, Hungary, and an area dean in the Church of England’s Diocese in Europe. Visit our Saint Margaret’s Facebook page at and like us. Isten hozott!

Sermons and Bible Studies

Scripture Is Replete with Images…, Proper 6 (A) – 2008

June 15, 2008

“Jesus went about all the cities and villages.” — Matthew 9:35 Scripture is replete with images and stories of journey. We could site, for example, the epic journey of Abraham […]

Meals and Food…, Easter 3 (A) – 2008

April 06, 2008

“He took bread, blessed, and broke it, and gave it to them.” Meals and food play an important part in the tradition of post-Resurrection stories – or narratives – found […]

It Is Not Often…, Lent 3 (A) – 2008

February 24, 2008

“Meanwhile the disciples were urging him, ‘Rabbi, eat something.’” It is not often that we find anyone in the gospels giving Jesus advice or telling him what to do. He […]

Most Episcopalians Are Familiar…, All Saints’ Day (C) – 2007

November 01, 2007

Most Episcopalians are familiar with the church year: that great cycle of prayer and liturgy that takes us from Advent through Christmas and Epiphany, on through Lent and Easter, and […]

Shortly After the American Revolution…, Proper 9 (C) – 2007

July 08, 2007

“Rejoice with Jerusalem, and be glad for her, all you who love her,” it says in Isaiah 66:10. Shortly after the American Revolution, the newly constituted Episcopal Church of the […]

According to Those Who…, Trinity Sunday (C) – 2007

June 03, 2007

According to those who study such things, there are well over five hundred parishes in the Episcopal Church named after the Trinity, making it, along with Christ Church and Saint […]

Easter Moves Around…, Easter Day (C) – 2007

April 08, 2007

Easter moves around a lot from year to year. Unlike Christmas, which always falls on December twenty-fifth, no matter the day of the week or the number of shopping days […]

On His Way, Epiphany 4 (C) – 2007

January 28, 2007

“But he passed through the midst of them and went on his way.” Luke 4:30 Most Episcopalians know that when a rector leaves a parish to accept another call or […]

A Different Standard, Advent 2 (C) – 2006

December 10, 2006

“And you, child, will be called the prophet of the Most High; for you will go before the Lord to prepare his ways.” – Luke 1:76 Imagine for a moment […]

You May Be Familiar…, Proper 21 (B) – 2006

October 01, 2006

“No one who does a deed of power in my name will be able soon afterward to speak evil of me.” Mark 9:40 You may be familiar with an outfit […]

Back in 1990…, Proper 6 (B) – 2006

June 18, 2006

“He did not speak to them except in parables.” Mark 4:34 Back in 1990 when the now famous Hubble telescope was first launched, there was not much hope for its […]

Remember, Ash Wednesday – 2006

March 01, 2006

“Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” BCP 265 The season of Lent begins with one word: Remember. “Remember,” says priest or minister as a cross […]

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