Monthly Archives: December 2015

St. John

A happy feast of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist, everybody. After slogging through another Advent filled with stories about John the Baptist yelling at everybody (but in the end, preaching and paving the way of the Good News of … Continue reading

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Christmas

“Always winter and never Christmas.” That was the curse of the white witch in Narnia, the sad state of affairs at the opening of Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. I’m thankful to say that it is, at … Continue reading

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Advent 4

Not so long ago I admitted from this pulpit that I hated the Wizard of Oz, which didn’t win me many friends that day. On December 3rd, NBC aired the Wiz, a live musical spectacular, and it was an unmitigated … Continue reading

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Advent 3

As a general rule, people don’t like being criticized. We avoid criticism as much as we can, despite the fact that criticism, at least the constructive kind, can and usually does make us better at what we do and who … Continue reading

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Advent 2

As you know, we’ve been having an Adult Education series on the Nicene Creed. We’ve been exploring the Faith, exploring the story of salvation, through the words of the Creed, going line by line and expanding on what each phrase … Continue reading

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