Monthly Archives: October 2010

Pentecost +23

Blessed St. Luke, our 1st century physician and evangelist is not known for having a roaring sense of humor; perhaps he was the Don Rickels of his time, but we don’t know Luke for his humor. But then Luke goes … Continue reading

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Pentecost +22

His Excellency Edward Little, the Bishop of Northern Indiana wrote an article in the Living Church magazine this week called Robustly Liturgical Living. The bishop wrote that he is quite a fan of Starbucks coffee and he frequents the ubiquitous … Continue reading

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Pentecost +21 (Chilean Miners)

Earlier this week, a man named Manuel Gonzalez was the first person to travel one particular half-mile stretch of God’s earth. Mr. Gonzalez was the first of six rescue workers to squeeze himself into a 21 inch capsule and be … Continue reading

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Pentecost +20

Jesus can be one weird guy. I mean that sometimes He can be one weird guy to us, to people that have some preconceived expectations of what He is supposed to be like. Ten lepers interrupt Jesus on the road, … Continue reading

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Pentecost +19

It’s once again football season, which for me is like a 5 month series of holy days. Saturdays, Sundays, and sometimes Thursdays hold such promise; football is one of those games in which players can demonstrate the nobility of man. … Continue reading

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