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Reflections for World Communion Sunday

Two poems today from two parts of the text …. Reflection on Luke 17: 5-6 I don’t need (and nobody ever did need) a mulberry tree planted in the sea. Seriously. The infinitesimal bit of faith surviving the suicide of … Continue reading

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LIturgy for Sunday, October 6, 2013, World Communion Sunday

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 17:5-10, mustardseed and waitstaff. June Boutwell of Hemet, California offers our World Communion Sunday liturgy. A … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday September 29, 2013

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 16: 19-31, the contrast of a very rich person and a very poor person, in life … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday, September 22, 2013

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 16:1-13, which includes the parable of the dishonest manager. This week’s contributor is Larry Brickner-Wood, of … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday, September 15, 2013

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 15: 1-10, lost sheep and lost coin. Contributing a prayer is Nancy Hardy of Huntington Mills, … Continue reading

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Reflection on Luke 14: 28-32 for Syria

Pope Francis I, not my spiritual leader, but my spiritual brother, has called for today to be a day of prayer and fasting for Syria.  “War brings on war! Violence brings on violence.” he said. And so I looked at … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday, September 8, 2013

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 14:25-33, which speaks of the terrible cost of discipleship. The first contributor is Susan Gilbert Zencka … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday, September 1, 2013

On Mondays I share liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 14:1, 7-14. There are three contributors this week. The first is Linda Curtis-Stolper of Newton, Iowa … Continue reading

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Liturgy for Sunday, August 25, 2013

On Mondays I am sharing liturgical writing focused on the Luke passages for each Sunday in the Revised Common Lectionary. This week’s scripture is Luke 13:10-17.  The first contributor this week is Carolyn Keilig of Hopkinton, New Hampshire who offers … Continue reading

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Lament for Luke 12: 49-56

Father against son, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law, in one household of two against three five bodies in the mosque. Wind from the south? a Coptic church is burning. Cloud in the west? Islamist sister weeps for her gunshot brother with a … Continue reading

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