An Episcopal (Anglican) Chaplain in retirement, reflecting on work and faith and life. NOTA BENE: my opinions are my own and do not represent the Episcopal Church or any health system that has ever employed me.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
On Loss and Grief and Dreams - and God
My newest piece is up at the Episcopal Café. It's about the relationship between loss and grief - and between grief and the holy. I've addressed this before, but this is the result of further reflection.
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Labels: Chaplaincy, Grief, Health Care, Personal Reflections
Saturday, January 10, 2015
On the Word and on Words: Sermon for Christmas 1, Year B
I'm a little slow in keeping up, but I'm still out there. I preached for the First Sunday of Christmas at St. Mary Magdalene Church. It was my reflection on how the Word became flesh, and we became heirs. You can link to the sermon here.
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Labels: Personal Reflections, Sermons
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