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Year A Epiphany 3: walking in the light

There was a fascinating piece on yesterday’s NPR program, Weekend Edition, about a man named Pedro Reyes who is working on a huge collection of guns.[1] In fact, he has access to thousands in the city of Culiacan, Mexico, where … Continue reading

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Year B Proper 16: gateway evils

Weekly lectionary groups are great. I recommend them. This week, we meandered around the readings with all of the purpose and direction of a fog, but we did have a few moments where we got high enough to break through … Continue reading

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July 10 2011 – Year A, Pentecost 4 – Leftover Reflections

A couple of weeks ago, NPR carried a brief story about some research which found that people who use social networking sites, like facebook or twitter, have deeper relationship with the folks around them than people who don’t.* Maybe you’re surprised; … Continue reading

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