Monthly Archives: September 2018

Pentecost 19

Back when I worked in New York, my preferred places for meals or for a little relaxation were the neighborhood Irish bars or Jewish delis.  The place we went to get shepherd’s pie for lunch was always packed with electricians, … Continue reading

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Pentecost 18

So, I had a friend while growing up named Steve (names have been changed to protect the innocent).  When we were teenagers, Steve’s family left the Episcopal Church and started going to an offshoot of a California outfit called Calvary … Continue reading

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Pentecost 17

I got a call from a fellow priest not too long ago, and he sounded kind of distraught – he seemed to be looking for a little comfort.  It seems that he was saying a service for someone he didn’t … Continue reading

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Blessing of the Firetrucks

Good evening everybody, welcome to the 11th Annual Blessing of the Firetrucks.  It’s been a year since we’ve gathered together like this, and it’s been a year of ups and downs, to say the least.  As a community, death is … Continue reading

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