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I Might Be Wrong

Mr Wrong

First story: A friend of mine in USA (as an exercise in political empathy) put up a facebook status asking people to try to list one positive reason why someone might vote for the presidential candidate they do NOT support. The majority could not do it. "Can't think of a single one!" "I honestly cannot ...

Sunday Morning Work-out of God’s People

Palm Sunday Procession

Anglican liturgy (and liturgy in other, similar traditions) can often feel like the Sunday morning work-out of the people of God: Sit. Stand. Kneel. Bow. Turn. Cross yourself. Walk. It’s morning gym at your local church. Spiritual aerobics. That should not surprise us. The word “liturgy” is derived from the Greek word for “work of… Continue Reading

Websites of Note

Linking

Do look back through previous Websites of Note on this site. Preachers Institute “The World’s Premier Online Orthodox Christian Homiletics Resource” It’s time we learnt to breathe with both lungs. Preachers Institute Fr. John A. Peck, a priest of the Orthodox Church in America, founder of the Preachers Institute site is also founder of Good… Continue Reading

Resources for 18th Ordinary Sunday

Rich Fool

Let us pray (in silence) [that we may allow God to steer our lives] Pause Lord, [or O God] may your ceaseless mercy cleanse and defend your church, and, since it cannot stand firm without you, guide and govern it always by your goodness; through Jesus Christ who is alive with you, in the unity… Continue Reading

The Internet Is Depressing

Internet Is Depressing

Like money, sex, power, and religion – the internet is a lever, a magnifier: it can enlarge good; it can enlarge bad. On a friend’s facebook profile was 40 Things Everyone But You Is Doing This Summer: 1. Finding perfectly ripe avocados on sale. They are scooping out the pitts, creating no irregular divets, leaving… Continue Reading

Dough

Dough

I enjoyed the dramedy movie, Dough, the story of “an old Jewish baker struggles to keep his business afloat until his young Muslim apprentice drops cannabis in the dough and sends sales sky high.” Yes, it’s a bit “paint by numbers”, but, with Jonathan Pryce (or was that Pope Francis), Pauline Collins, and other excellent… Continue Reading

Pokémon Go

Pokemon Go

Almighty God, who has gotta ‘catch us all’, within the great Pokeball of your love. Give us the power that’s inside, so that we might not divert our eyes from the game map that you have set, but instead, with Clefairy, Charmander and that electrocuted yellow rat thing, come to the great PokeGym in the… Continue Reading




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