Celebrating Sabbath

More wisdom from St. Francis via Father Richard Rohr: Overcoming the split of the mind from the body was probably easier for St. Francis because he wasn’t an intellectual. He was almost anti-intellectual because he saw what it did to so many clergy. They couldn’t touch reality anymore. They confused words with reality. Don’t fall …

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“Eat the Bread…For a Stronger, Kinder Faith: Redefining Liturgy, part 2” Oct.7 sermon

Here's my sermon from Sunday (October 7). As I'm sure you've figured out, I called it "Eat This Bread...For a Stronger, Kinder Faith: Redefining Liturgy, part 2." Part 1 was last week. Part 3 drops next week (October 21) at our Evening Worship. Again, this sermon was inspired and informed by my reading of Brian …

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“Words Mean What They Mean…Until They Don’t: Redefining Liturgy, part 1” Sept. 30 sermon

Here's my sermon from Sunday (September 30), which I called "Words Mean What They Mean...Until They Don't: Redefining Liturgy, part 1." It is inspired by Brian McLaren's Why did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammad Cross the Road? I think it is a terrific book. For years now I've found McLaren to be an author …

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