Disc 1 - The Haunting Spectre of Guilt If guilt did not exist in the human experience, both priest and psychologist would be jobless. On the other hand, without a feeling of guilt, hell would be a present reality. In the unfolding drama of human existence, guilt has occupied center stage. Unresolved guilt is the center of the soul. This sermon deals with the reality and responses to guilt.
Disc 2 - The Inner Ache of Loneliness There is no greater cry of the human heart than that of loneliness. This is not restricted to the bereaved and unloved. In its most painful sense, loneliness is a gnawing idea of being emotionally unanchored or cosmically orphaned. It is not sufficient to say, "God loves you." The question of loneliness goes deeper, and so must the answer. The sermon attempts to plumb its depth.