Monthly Archives: March 2006

Mullet Family

I was browsing through my picture file recently and found the following. I can’t remember where I got it, but remember using it to send to someone requesting a picture of our family. I don’t know who these folks are, … Continue reading

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“Values” vs. Helping the Poor

A page in my Star-Telegram News this morning had two stories side by side. One article about certain potential Presidential candidates, particularly Mike Huckabee, catering to the religious right for votes in 2008. One of his quotes, which I think … Continue reading

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Bad Breath?

I had a seminary professor who was known for his exhortation to future ministers, “Don’t let the devil work through your breath.” Slate has helps for those who need deliverance.

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Brazen Serpent

Sebastien Bourdon John 3:14-21 lectionary Moses Lent

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Eye Ball

Slate’s article about Villanova’s Allan Ray, giving new meaning to “keeping your eye on the ball.” Ouch. Villanova Allan Ray

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St. Patrick’s Breastplate Prayer

I arise today Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity, Through the belief in the threeness, Through confession of the oneness Of the Creator of Creation. I arise today Through the strength of Christ’s birth with his baptism, … Continue reading

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Tom Fox, Peacemaker

I don’t know too much about Tom Fox, but I read about his work in Iraq as a peacemaker and peace activist, ended by his death recently discovered. It was fresh on my mind as I was finishing my preparations … Continue reading

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