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Pentecost 23A: Post Election Letdown and the Stamina of Righteousness

This Election Day has been a bursting of the balloon of enthusiasm for many. There was optimism in the air. As often has happened in the past, there was talk of a “new majority” a-brewing. Never before have people been … Continue reading

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Easter 5 A: Are You In or Out?

This Sunday’s second reading is 1 Peter 2.1-10 Do you think of yourself as “in,” or “out?” I have always been extremely prone to resent arrogance. I remember being roundly turned off by the popular song of my younger days, … Continue reading

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Things That Should Matter For Christians This Election

This Presidential election campaign has surfaced several things that I believe committed Christians should be alarmed about. First is the wholesale bearing of false witness. Our household has received via e-mails a number of forwarded messages about the Obama administration … Continue reading

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