Monthly Archives: September 2014

Joseph and FDR

Two weeks ago Jonnie Sue and I managed to catch every episode of the PBS series “The Roosevelts” by Ken Burns. Years ago I had taken Dr. Redford’s graduate course “The American President” at Texas University; I’ve read “The Lion … Continue reading

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This past August was For the Birds

A little stream of consciousness blog entry brought on by the sounds surrounding me this morning…  On August 22 I heard a poem that has not wholly left me since.   The poem is called is called Kingfisher, by Chris McCabe, … Continue reading

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A: The Post Office

Q: Where have you received God’s grace and mercy today?   Quite often we get wrapped up in whatever the day has in store for us:  things to accomplish, places to go, people with whom we will interact…the list could go … Continue reading

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The round earth’s imagined corners

(parts of this were originally published on May 24, 2012)  AND (from the Shameless Commerce Division, information about a choir event on October 4 that gives you a fun way to support the music offerings of this parish: An Evening … Continue reading

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Evensong Revelations: Guest Columnist

Last Wednesday night, we offered a service of Evensong, one of  the great traditions of the Anglican church. From its inception, the church has held onto the daily offices of morning and evening prayer as the heartbeat of our observance; … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy. Thank the Lord.

No cup early today. My only plea is unscheduled other work yesterday and today that all went longer than expected. Today it was many hours on the the phone with a help desk in California trying to find the cause … Continue reading

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Every Picture…

…tells a story. Recently a friend gave me a sweet little gift that inspired me to create an exercise for St. Alban’s annual parish weekend.   The project began last Wednesday night at the first Get Fed @ St. Alban’s … Continue reading

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