Tag Archives: John

At the Tomb of Lazarus

John 11:1-45 Gospel for the Fifth Sunday in Lent, Year A Several times a day my wife and I scan the New York Times on line. These days, of course, we find that almost every article is more bad news about the … Continue reading

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Nicodemus and Us

This is my second “blog in a time of pandemic.” And it fits also in my ongoing series of reflections on the Sunday readings. (I rely greatly in these comments on the scholarship of the late Raymond E. Brown, and I love his idea … Continue reading

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Easter Dawn and the Pastor Was Tapping Her Feet

An Easter dawn sermon strikes a nerve and has the pastor tapping her feet. What God is doing is way more than we can handle. Continue reading

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