Tag Archives: Covid-19

The Samaritan Woman: Life That Gushes

We are still playing catch-up on the great dialogs of the Fourth Gospel appointed for Lent. Last Sunday was the Third Sunday of Lent, and the appointed Gospel reading was from John, chapter four, which features Jesus’ dialog with the … Continue reading

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Fog and Beauty at Heatherhope

      Here’s another reminder that Life goes on during the pandemic.   Martin Luther said that one of his weapons for keeping the Devil away was to cut a fart. We can do something akin if, in the … Continue reading

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Blogging in a Time of Pandemic

Isn’t it a loving God who put inside each of us the yearning to belong—to feel the presence of others—to complete someone else and have them complete us? Perhaps Covid-19 is the earth’s way of crying out to us. It … Continue reading

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