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Watch movie online A Cure for Wellness (2017)

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A Sufficient Quantity of Faith

In an interview with Krista Tippett for the American Public Media show “On Being,” Nadia Bolz-Weber, founding pastor of Denver’s House for All Sinners and Saints, said, “I don’t think faith is given in sufficient quantity to individuals…. I think … Continue reading

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A Day With Feminism (or Why Abortion Rights Matter More Than Ever)

Sunday, July 20th, members of the anti-abortion group Operation Save America (OSA) disrupted the worship service at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans, threatening hell-fire, shouting scripture quotes and lecturing parishioners. OSA was in New Orleans for a … Continue reading

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Fatherhood in Flux

The Rev. Kathleen McTigue is right: the realities of parenting do not mesh well with the features of the classic spiritual journey—“the solitary pilgrimage, the focused weeks of prayer or meditation, the ecstatic chanting in the company of other seekers.”[1] … Continue reading

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For All That Is Our Life

This coming week marks the anniversary of a milestone in my life and in the life of this congregation. Ten years ago this week, Wednesday, March 19th, 2003 is perhaps most memorable as the day the United States launched its … Continue reading

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The Desert Belongs to No One and the Sky is Wide Open

“The desert belongs to no one and the sky is wide open.”[1] Words of the poet, Salah Al Hamdani. This is a sermon about borders—borders that divide people from people: not only national borders, which exist in so many cases … Continue reading

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Freedom for Sujitno!

Grace Lutheran Church on Woodland St. in Hartford played host to this afternoon’s celebration of Sujitno Sajuti’s release from federal prison in Massachusetts.  For those unfamiliar with Sujitno’s case, you can learn more here and here. I had the honor … Continue reading

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Rejoice! (A Defense of the Holidays as They Are!)

Gaudete! Rejoice! If you hear me say nothing else this morning, hear my invitation to rejoice this midwinter season. Gaudete! I am rejoicing over something that technically has nothing to do with the holiday season but just happens to be … Continue reading

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Jazz Funeral for Hartford Courant Janitors

This morning I went with seven or eight  members of the UUS:E Social Justice/Antiracism Committee to the jazz funeral for the Hartford Courant’s janitors.  The event was organized by the Hartford Organizing Group. Here’s my video rendition of the event: … Continue reading

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The Identity Business

A Meditation on the Coming of Autumn Summer turns now towards Autumn. Let us hear the chorus of life resounding as one. The autumnal equinox arrives in just a few days. Let us hear the chorus of life resounding as … Continue reading

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