Monthly Archives: July 2011

Pentecost +7

By now all of you have most likely heard or read the name Anders Breivik. He was arrested and charged with killing more than 90 people in Norway last week in what was the deadliest attack on Norway since World … Continue reading

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Pentecost +6

Back in the 1st century, there was man named Ignatius, who lived in Antioch. Ignatius had the good fortune of meeting a man named John, who was also known as the Blessed Disciple, the writer of the Gospel according to … Continue reading

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Pentecost +5

In 1879, Ivory Soap was introduced to the world. James Gamble worked for years, yes years, to produce a soap that met his standards of purity. Since that first bar was sold, Americans have purchased over 40 billions bars of … Continue reading

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Pentecost + 4

I’m not as comfortable with dirt as perhaps I should be. My years painting with my father did nothing to help; I hated, just hated, squeezing myself behind shrubs to paint a window or cleaning the buggy grime off of … Continue reading

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Pentecost +3

In Old Testament times, crime and punishment was an intricate, if somewhat brutal, subject. The Old Testament and other authoritative books had many a list of illegal acts and just as many lists of prescribed punishments; justice was to be … Continue reading

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