Monthly Archives: October 2011

Creating our Enemies

In this era of hyper-partisan name calling we can end up creating our own opponents. Richard Rohr mentions this in passing in “Hope Against Darkness.” He is a liberal catholic and talks about the ongoing lib/con fight in the church. … Continue reading

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Bless the Animals

In the past week two different people in two different hospitals have asked me about whether they will see their animals after death. Since today is the feast of St. Francis of Assisi a man well known for his love … Continue reading

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Potty Mouth Paul

Philippians 3.5-14 Paul looks at all the accomplishments that make him special in the eyes of those who focus on status and he pronounces them “Skubalon.” Skubalon – noun – refuse, rubbish, leavings, dirt, dung (specifically, human excrement). Cue the … Continue reading

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