Mark 12:28-34 (with ref. to Ruth 1:1-18 and Heb 9:11-14)
The Heart of True Reform

Anglicans don't observe Reformation Sunday; it's not on our liturgical calendar, but this year, with Reformation Day (Oct 31) falling on a Sunday, Fr. Allen addresses it by looking at the Reform Luther initiated through the lens and perspective that moved Jesus to attempt to "reform" the Judaism of his day.  He ends by asking and attempting to answer the question "what needs to be 'reformed' today, especially in the church?"

Reformation Sunday is the perfect yin to the yang of "All Saints," that most "Roman Catholic" of the Principal Feasts that Anglicans still celebrate; this year (Nov 7th) we celebrate baptisms and reaffirmation of baptismal vows at both St. Thomas and St. Matthew parishes.