Monthly Archives: May 2016

Pentecost 2

A blessed Memorial Day weekend, everybody. Tomorrow is, by some accounts, the 152nd Memorial Day celebration, “But for the earliest and most remarkable Memorial Day, we must (look to) Charleston, S.C. (in 1865). “Whites had largely abandoned the city, but … Continue reading

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Trinity

The great Christian writer Frederick Buechner said that “Theology is the study of God and his ways. For all we know, dung beetles may study man and his ways and call it humanology. If so, we would be more touched … Continue reading

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Sunday after the Ascension

In January of 2009, our then diocesan bishop George Councell launched an initiative called the Ministry to the Imprisoned. Having two youth correctional facilities close by, I looked into it, only to find that both were already well served by … Continue reading

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