Archive for February 2008

IV Lent

Readings are here. I am not preaching this weekend but wanted to share this from John Shea, who writes of Storytelling Theology: Another timeJesus smeared God like mudon the eyes of a man born blindand pushed him toward the pool of Siloam.The blind man splashed his eyesand stared into the rippling reflectionof the face he…

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Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday readings are here. Is such the fast that I choose,a day to humble oneself?Is it to bow down the head like a bulrush,and to lie in sackcloth and ashes?Will you call this a fast,a day acceptable to the LORD?Is not this the fast that I choose:to loose the bonds of injustice,to undo the…

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Last Epiphany

A somewhat finalized version of my sermon thoughts: Mountains are a key theme in our readings today – throughout the world going to the mountains is symbolic of seeking a closer relationship with God and experiencing transformation of life. Those of us who live in the shadow of the Rockies know the holiness we find…

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Super Bowl thoughts

RevGalBlogPals plays Friday Five each week. This week’s question is about Imbolc/Brigid or the Super Bowl. I love the feast days that intersect with older traditions – like Brigid – who crosses all boundaries of religions showing us that the Source of all speaks across time and culture in many languages.I am not as sure…

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