Monthly Archives: September 2009

It’s been a rough couple of weeks for Jesus in the Gospel lessons we have heard. Jesus had managed to pick twelve disciples who couldn’t manage to grasp what it was that was happening to them, Who it was that … Continue reading

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Proper 20

I found out last week that the father of our baptismal candidate is a Red Sox fan, and despite that sad fact, I decided to go ahead with the baptism of little Juliana Rose Cartwright. I mentioned at that time … Continue reading

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Pent+15

The child was ill, not sick like ordinary sick, but ill, puzzlingly and frighteningly ill. On first glance, the child had epilepsy or some sort of seizure disorder, he ground his teeth and foamed at the mouth, he seized suddenly … Continue reading

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Pentecost +14

At his second appearing to take the oath of the Presidential office there was less occasion for Abraham Lincoln to give an extended address than there was at his first inaugural. Lincoln thought it “fitting and proper to lay out … Continue reading

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