Archive for ‘June, 2011

Of What Now?

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I had a delightful conversation with a parishioner this week. We had a little church business to talk about, but then we digressed and he told me a story about when he and three of his friends were home for the summer between college semesters. All four of them were Methodists (back in the day […] Read more »

Of Welcoming the Stranger

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I read with dismay and sadness the Press Register’s account of the passage of the new immigration bill in the Alabama legislature. It is touted by critics and supporters alike that it is the “toughest” immigration bill to be passed in this country. I recognize that immigration is a complex issue, but this law just […] Read more »

Of Logos and Logistics

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K. and I were out walking early this morning and ran into a friend who was on her way to feed the cats of some friends of hers who are out of town. She asked if we’d like to see their garden…we’d heard that it was quite something to see, so we agreed to meet […] Read more »

Of the Rapture

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“Are you rapture ready?” a giant full page ad in USA Today read. I really haven’t said anything about all this recent rapture business trusting that All Saints folks have reasonable intelligence and sound learning about such matters, but since the national media gave it so much coverage, even the ever erudite National Public Radio, I feel compelled […] Read more »