Category Archives: Worship and Spirituality

How Many More?

How many children more             must we sacrifice             to Great God Gun? How many more must die             to feed the greed of             Smith and Wesson, Remington, and Glock? How many more must die             so that their … Continue reading

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Spirals and Labyrinths at Easter

This year our Easter experience emerged as an exploration of the spiral that is often seen to be at the source of all life, whether in the galaxies of space or the double helix of our DNA. For Holy Week … Continue reading

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My Life with Words, Images, and Acts

Words, images, acts. They constitute the three-legged stool of my life. This is a matter of not only where I sit but of how I express myself in the world, see the world, and seek to change it. Yet, as … Continue reading

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The Gaul of Grace: Thoughts at Lent

It’s Lent again. It’s the season of the Christian year looking for a suitable practice beyond Mardi Gras and ashes. Do we give something up that’s “bad” for us? Do we take on a service project? Do we pray more? … Continue reading

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