Category Archives: Reflections

Reflections on stuffing envelopes

As a child of active church people in the 1960s and then a young church leader in the 1970s, I have filled a lot of envelopes in my time and applied a vast number of address labels. Yesterday I was … Continue reading

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Easter—day #50

Reflections for Pentecost Sunday’s bulletin … Today we are observing Pentecost Sunday. This is a holy day with ancient roots that run deep into the spiritual soil of our religion, while offering us a fresh vision for what life and … Continue reading

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The stories that define us

In his daily meditation for this past Sunday, Richard Rohr correctly invites us to embrace the concept of original blessing and eschew meta-narratives of violence, since these are stories that shape us. I have immense respect for Rohr and his … Continue reading

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Anointed with the spirit of the LORD

Reflections on the first reading for the Third Sunday of Advent … Today’s lectionary offers us a rich set of classic texts for Advent. As the sermon will focus on John the Baptizer, this brief note will explore the first … Continue reading

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Lady Cancer, Holy Sophia

Three weeks have now passed since my urologist visited my hospital bed to share with me the results of the biopsy on the tumors he had removed from my bladder some 36 hours earlier. Almost a week has passed since … Continue reading

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