Archive for February 2004

Everybody else is talking about Mel’s slasher movie for Christians or Nightmare on Golgotha Street (as one son calls it) – so guess I should weigh in. What is interesting to me is the fervor that it has evoked from some Christians. When I say I am not going – there is this reaction of…

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Most every day I send out a daily meditation on scripture. It follows the Daily Office readings from the Episcopal Church but I print the text so you can read it without any experience with lectionaries – series of readings from the Bible. To receive them send a blank email to dailyoffice-subscribe@yahoogroups.com Here is an…

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Sermon for February 15, preached at Trinity Church, Concord MA. It is in mp3. The lessons for the day were Epiphany 6, Jeremiah 17:5-10, Psalm 1, Luke 6:17-26, focusing mainly on the blessings and woes of Luke’s sermon on the plain. (Not that pilot and his sermon on the plane!).

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This is an article that I wrote for our Diocesan Newspaper The Spirit of Wyoming One More Safe Space Six months after General Convention, I am reflecting on the words of our prayer for Good Friday, “O God of unchangeable power and eternal light: Look favorably on your whole Church, that wonderful and sacred mystery;…

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