Daily Archives: 14 November 2020

Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Matthew 25:31-40

Sheep and goats. I don’t know what the problem is with goats. Nice animals, and innocent. Like snakes, but there’s a cultural thing about that, eh? This reading below pops up in our Sunday Lectionary every three years, bringing the … Continue reading

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While I was unable to be here long enough for the dedication rite, I was blessed to witness and important installation, one that already inspires reflection. Left, the truck has arrived, and below, I captured an image without zoom that … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 35: History, The Teacher Of Life

35. All too quickly, however, we forget the lessons of history, “the teacher of life”.[“Historia… magistra vitae” (Cicero, De Oratore, 2, 6)] Will the rush to escape the pandemic be a rush to get back to normal–the way things were in … Continue reading

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