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Tag Archives: names
Quick, quick, slow
A little Lenten story When my children were small, I didn’t forget their names – how could I? – yet as often as not my tongue would take two or three wrong turnings on its way to the beloved standing … Continue reading
What’s in a name?
By what name does God know you? By what name, into what name does God call you? What does that tell you about the path of your discipleship, about the ways in which you are called to live into the Gospel of Christ? Continue reading
Posted in lectionary reflection, sermon Tagged A Family Like Mine, discipleship, Isaiah, Jesus, Lamb of God, names, naming, Simon Peter, Year A Epiphany 2 Leave a comment
The hard historical evidence for the massacre of the innocents of Bethlehem may be sketchy, thank God, yet the meme pervades our culture, from Moses to Jesus; even though we can barely comprehend the idea, we admit it to our … Continue reading
Posted in meditation, poetry Tagged God, haiku, Herod, Holy Innocents, life, massacre, names Leave a comment