Monthly Archives: August 2009

Pentecost +16

We’re still talking about bread and food this week, just like last week. And just like last week, we’re not really talking about bread and food as much as we’re talking about who Jesus is. And though the world has … Continue reading

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Sermon, Proper 15

This won’t come as a galloping shock to any of you, but I like food. I like good food like at Oliver’s or the other restaurants in town, I like food that’s so bad it’s good like Frosted Brown Sugar … Continue reading

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Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin is one of the oldest and most revered feasts of the Church. The Feast is the cause of public holiday in fifty-seven countries around the world, including France and Spain, Italy … Continue reading

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