Monthly Archives: June 2015

Pentecost +5

During my first week of seminary, the assistant professor of homiletics – who was, strangely, a terrible preacher – gathered up my whole class and had us learn her way of preparing to preach. We were taught breathing exercises, vocal … Continue reading

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Pentecost +4

Having been rather hot for the last couple of weeks, I’d say it’s summer in Bordentown, despite it technically still being spring. Our fire departments haven’t been called for any water rescues yet this spring, but that’s only a matter … Continue reading

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Pentecost +3

Back in the late 90’s I worked for a unit within Lucent called Inferno that developed an operating system that sat and ran in less than a megabyte of space. I still don’t understand what that really means, but we … Continue reading

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Pentecost +2

This past Wednesday, Doan and I gathered with some of the Anglo-Catholic clergymen of the diocese down in Atlantic City, not to gamble but to visit, honor, and mourn the closing of one of the great Anglo-Catholic parishes of the … Continue reading

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