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Due to the snowstorm around here, Sunday worship services at Village Church in Cummington were cancelled.  So this is the sermon I would have given this morning: First Reading: Prayer of St. Francis Lord, make me an instrument of Thy … Continue reading

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Just last night on Fox News the host of the show, “The Kelly Files,” Megyn Kelly, declared that not only is Santa Claus white, but that Jesus was, too. “Jesus was a white man too. He was a historical figure, … Continue reading

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My first introduction to the injustices in Southern Africa had nothing to do with Nelson Mandela.  In 1984, I was an exchange student living with a host family in West Germany.  They were devout Lutherans.  One of the ways they … Continue reading

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Malala Day and a Visit to St. Mungo's

Today is Malala Day at the UN.  Today is Malala Yousafzai’s 16th birthday.  It’s not every girl who gets the United Nations to celebrate her sweet sixteen, to give her the ear of the world.  Of course, Malala is not … Continue reading

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