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Holy Skepticism (sermon)

The Unitarian Society, a Unitarian Universalist Congregation When I say the painter’s name, Paul Gaugin, does your mind draw up images of his work? Sumptuous tropical scenes. Tahitian women. A contemporary of Degas and Van Gogh, he was an influence … Continue reading

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Memento Mori (poem – video)

If all you do with this post is spend 4:15 minutes watching this clip, that is enough.  But there is a bit of (con)text below… [youtube=http://youtu.be/4eAgUx508hg] Memento Mori is a Latin term. It has multiple translations, all approaching a concept … Continue reading

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Long Live Sensus Fidelium: Workshop Facilitation and Spiritual Intelligence

In my Early Christian History class, we talked about how creeds came into existence.  The professor ~ the brilliant, funny, and knowledgeable Reverend Mary Luti ~ spoke about the development of Christian creeds not as handed down from above. Well, … Continue reading

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