Monthly Archives: March 2012

Saving America’s soul

Several candidates have proclaimed within the last month that they are “saving the soul of America.”  And when you follow up on their statements what they seem to mean is that the soul of America is, in essence, what they … Continue reading

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Reflection on violence

Bishop Steven Charleston reflecting on the killing in Sanford Florida… “We see the cracks once more, the deep divides between our people, color-coded distrust, acted out on dark nights, spilling over into streets of rage. The loss of any life … Continue reading

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Saints in light are shining brighter

The Communion of Saints is doing well this year. While we who are left to fight the good fight of faith are a bit lonelier. We received word that another good friend has joined the saints in light. Florence Hamlin … Continue reading

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Elijah’s learning

Ever notice how we have to learn things  anew that preceding generations learned before us? While in Israel recently we drove past and upon Mt Carmel – actually a range of peaks not a single mountain. Visiting the place where … Continue reading

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WITH us – not TO us

Already it has begun! The “God-talk” has begun about the tornadoes hitting Southern Indiana. God being both credited for it not hitting the more populated cities, and for individuals people not being in it’s path.  And also by those who … Continue reading

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