Advent 1, 2011

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here. I worked with Mark 13:24-37 and the theological meanings of Advent. Advent is (one of) my favorite seasons and it always slips up on us. Perhaps there is something to that? (There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon begins. Thank you for […]

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Thanksgiving, a good beginning

It’s that time of the year again.  Cartoon turkeys are adorning ads and cranberries are in the stores (and soon to be in my fridge).  If you are like me, your Twitter and Facebook feeds are filling up with your family, friends, and variously distant acquaintances listing reasons they are thankful. Thanksgiving.  Or, as I […]

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Christ the King, 2011

The lessons for this Sunday can be found here. The Great List…um…well, what are we do to with this list of things that need attending? (There will be a few moments of silence before the sermon starts. Thank you for your patience.) Listen here: Christ the King, 2011

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The Episcopal Church: Catholic and Protestant

I am an Episcopalian, which means that I am neither Roman Catholic nor, and this is where people usually start getting confused, properly Protestant.  Yet, and this is where the confusion continues, the (Anglican/)Episcopal tradition is both Catholic and Protestant. Catholic and Protestant. Via Media.  The Middle Way.  The Episcopal Church. We are Protestant inso […]

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Proper 28, 2011

The Lessons for this Sunday can be found here.  I worked most closely with Matthew 25: 14-30. We have heard the Parable of the Talents so often about money and gifts that we have grown, perhaps, a little deaf to it.  Let’s listen to it differently today. (There will be a few moments of silence […]

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