Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lent 3

One day last week I found myself not feeling so hot. In the midst of a long day that followed a bunch of even longer days, I felt physically drained, a little low-blood-sugar-ish, and I was also about 45 minutes … Continue reading

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Lent 2

Winston Churchill once sent a pudding back to a restaurant kitchen complaining that “It lacks a theme.”1 One could say the same thing about the thirteenth chapter of St. Luke’s Gospel, more of which we will hear next week, that … Continue reading

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Lent 1

The second week in February is always a bittersweet time for me, a time of both wandering and homing, of loss and joy. You see, the pure happiness that is football season has now past, but, but(!), the sweetness of … Continue reading

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Last Epiphany

If you’ve ever ventured into the Sacristy here at the parish, you’ll notice two stained-glass windows above the sink and piscina; they feature two venerable Saints, James the Less and Augustine of Canterbury, but even upon first glance there’s something … Continue reading

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