Monthly Archives: May 2015

blue books and dry bones

Here’s my Pentecost homily. You can also listen to it here. Blue Books and Dry Bones In honor of Pentecost, I would like to begin this homily by speaking in tongues: ‚ÄúThis summer the DMFS will gather for its triennial … Continue reading

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sacred mentors

Phil Barrineau offered this reflection to the spring newcomers’s class at St. Andrew’s. I wanted to share it beyond that class since it speaks so beautifully of how we encounter mentors and companions in church. Enjoy…and thanks to Phil! Scientist … Continue reading

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