Monthly Archives: August 2012

Pentecost +14

A week and a half ago, the New York Times printed the names and faces of all the men and women who have given their lives for the sake of freedom in Iraq and Afghanistan. 2000 men and women, their … Continue reading

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Pentecost +13

Throughout August, we have worked our way through the sixth chapter of the Gospel according to St. John. We have gotten to the end and ‚Äúthere we see that the ending to this chapter and all its teachings on bread … Continue reading

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Pentecost +12

Almost every day over the last 4 years, at some point in the day, I walk past this section of windows on my way to or from the Lady Chapel. The first window there (or the last, depending on how … Continue reading

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Pentecost +11

One of the great privileges of being a priest is to give the dead a proper burial. It’s an honor to bury anyone, and especially war veterans; just in the last five weeks I’ve buried veterans of World War II, … Continue reading

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