Daily Archives: 16 July 2020

First Glimpses Last Night

The young miss and I got our first views of the comet. My first in over two decades. We live across the street from a nature preserve, and as you might expect in the┬áPacific Northwest, we have to contend with … Continue reading

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Redemptoris Missio 43: Witnesses As Part Of A Human Family

Much to no one’s surprise, Pope John Paul II touts the family of humankind, that believers and our churches are part of a larger family of humankind. Even religious estrangement does not break the ties of our species in the … Continue reading

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Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Psalm 86

It shouldn’t be a surprise that most of the psalms chosen for the Pastoral Care Lectionary fall in the genre of lament. The 86th is a lovely work. It makes a weekly appearance in Compline on Monday night. In my … Continue reading

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