Monthly Archives: May 2014

Sunday after the Ascension

I was raised well after the Disney-fication of the most of world’s great fairy tales, and so I didn’t actually learn most of the lessons they were meant to teach the children of earth. Growing up in a firmly suburban … Continue reading

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Easter 6

I really like hearing the lessons from the Acts of the Apostles during the Easter season. The book used to be called the Acts of the Holy Spirit, by the way, but it’s okay that the Apostles get their due. … Continue reading

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Easter 5

Last week we heard all about St. Stephen and his unfortunate end in Jerusalem, and if you can remember, we were introduced to another character at the end of that reading in the Acts of the Apostles, a man named … Continue reading

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Easter +4

In a couple of weeks I’ll be marking my six-year anniversary here in Bordentown; six of the best years of my life. I arrived here straight out of seminary and about a week after pulling up with all my worldly … Continue reading

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