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On Being Dense and On Being Born Again (sermon)

preached at Village Church, Cummington, MA It took awhile for me to figure out what to write this sermon about.  The easy option: Lent.  But I wasn’t inspired. It is Purim today, the raucous Jewish holiday that celebrates the courage … Continue reading

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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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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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