Monthly Archives: March 2012

Lent 5

“Sir, we would see Jesus.” It was some Greeks who first said this line. Probably they said it in Greek, too, which is why they approached a disciple who had a Greek name and who had grown up in a … Continue reading

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Rose Sunday

For a nice, home-grown Jersey boy, I have never been a huge fan of tomatoes. I grew up with people who would eat tomatoes like most people eat apples, but I couldn’t do it. I love ketchup and tomato sauce, … Continue reading

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Lent 3

A few days ago, Doan and I drove up to Boston to attend the institution of our friend Father Bret Hays as Rector of St. John’s Church in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Gloucester reminds me of Bordentown if Bordentown was a fishing … Continue reading

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Lent 2

Every December, my seminary has an Advent Lessons and Carols service, and for reasons still unknown, in my senior year my friend Christ Streeter and I were put in charge of Lessons and Carols. We had to work out the … Continue reading

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