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Knowing Unknown

Sermon: Knowing Unknown  When I was seven, I became obsessed with a series of wooden sculptures that hung on each side of the walls of the sanctuary, in my little Catholic church where I grew up.  They were spaced out equally, … Continue reading

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Where Life Is – Easter Sermon, 2015

One more touch, one more real moment with him, or at least, with his body.  One more look at his face, his hair, his skin.  It would barely be him anymore, but it didn’t matter.  Three days had passed since he … Continue reading

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Before the Alleluia – Palm Sunday Sermon 2015

A sermon offered for Palm Sunday, 2015 Reading from Desmond Tutu, “Liberation is Costly” A week ago, the tree in my front yard was completely bare, as if it was dead. It was just as our guest minister, the Rev. … Continue reading

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