Monthly Archives: November 2017

Christ the King

A happy and blessed Christ the King Sunday, everybody. The Feast of Christ the King is our Feast of Title, despite our church being older than the feast itself. Ritual Notes, the ultimate guide to all things liturgical, tells us … Continue reading

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Pentecost 24

So my New York Football Giants are now 1 and 8, and so I am once again learning lessons in humility. Even worse, I have to admit that I am now a fan not of the Philadelphia Eagles but a … Continue reading

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On the Recent Violence

Two of the five deadliest mass shootings in American history have happened in the last six weeks. Stephen Paddock killed 58 people on October 1st from his perch in the Mandalay Bay, and last Sunday, Devin Kelley killed 26 people … Continue reading

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Pentecost 23

In my hometown there are two beach clubs: the Monmouth Beach Bathing Pavilion, the public club to which almost everyone who lives in Monmouth Beach goes to, and the Monmouth Beach Bath and Tennis Club, a private club which is … Continue reading

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