Archive for ‘November, 2011

Of Being on the Way

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Over the holidays K and I saw the new movie The Way. It is based on a novel written by a former college classmate of mine. The protagonist is an ophthalmologist living the hard earned “good life” whose adult son decides, against his father’s  judgement, to drop out of so-called life for a few months and walk […] Read more »

Of Christ the King

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This coming Sunday is the last Sunday of ordinary time that we call the succession of the Sundays after Pentecost. It is the longest season of the year and deals mostly with Jesus’ life, ministry and teaching amid a world in which such “Good News” is either rejected or misunderstood. Indeed, Jesus meets an horrific end […] Read more »

Of All the Saints

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Rector’s report to the parish 2011 I have been with y’all, with All saints, for seven years now….a year as Curate, a year as the interim Rector and five years as Rector. I still believe as I did when I accepted the call to be your rector, that All Saints is special inMobile, and that […] Read more »

Of Letting Go

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              There once was a great and good king of Crete who was loved and revered by his subjects. This good king lived a long life and his kingdom enjoyed peace and prosperity, took care of its poor, was a good neighbor to other kingdoms….but alas…as ever, all things must end…and the hour […] Read more »