Monthly Archives: November 2016

Advent 1

Well, somehow it’s Advent. It seems like I sneezed in August and all of a sudden we’re staring down Christmas. And so as I recovered from two Thanksgiving dinners and looked over the readings for the next few weeks, it … Continue reading

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Christ the King

A happy Christ the King (weekend) Sunday to you all. The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, is not an old feast, as it was added to the calendar in 1925, but it’s still a venerable … Continue reading

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Pentecost 26

Well, it appears the republic still stands.  If this group represents a microcosm of the American people, then half of you are happy and half of you are really, really not.  In case you hadn’t noticed, I did not make … Continue reading

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All Saints’ Sunday

I must confess that the feast of All Saints has not every been my favorite holiday.  Part of it is the music, or rather the music choices of my churches past: I sing a song of the Saints of God … Continue reading

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