Monthly Archives: July 2014

Pentecost 7

So most of you know that the Church has a calendar all her own, and that in the Church we mark time by way of feast days and fast days; the Church has a commemoration of something pretty much every … Continue reading

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Pentecost +6

I have a friend, a fellow cleric with whom I went to seminary, who is a generally good and well meaning guy. He’s young, and I’ll make fun of his Justin Bieber haircut, but he’s most likely a great asset … Continue reading

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Pentecost +4

The Rev. Daphne Noyes of the Church of the Advent in Boston told us a few years ago that “In 1602, a 30-year-old lawyer and privateer, Bartholomew Gosnold, set sail from Falmouth, England, on a course due west from the … Continue reading

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