Archive for ‘December, 2010

Of News at the Solstice

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I used to be afraid of the dark. Each night as a child I would ceremoniously crack the bathroom door so that just a ribbon of light might give me my bearings lest I should wake in the dark. But now, I’ve made friends with the dark, its seductiveness, its mystery. At this the darkest time of the […] Read more »

Of the One Faith

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This past Sunday afternoon I was asked to participate in the Religious Freedom walk sponsored by the Springhill avenue Temple. There were seven clergy there representing four world religions. Each of us were asked to speak briefly regarding our respective takes on the chosen theme: loving our neighbor. There were two Catholic priests, one a Jesuit, […] Read more »