Monthly Archives: September 2014

Living Into a Name

Today, we celebrate Michaelmas—the feast of St. Michael and All Angels—our patronal feast day. It wasn’t always our feast day. We did not start out as St. Michael and All Angels. When the parish we know today as St. Michael … Continue reading

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Friday Five: Applesauce! And other fine fall treats

Deb at Rev Gal Friday Five writes, This is the first of three batches of applesauce and applebutter created in my kitchen this month. And it’s the inspiration for this week’s Friday Five! 1. What’s your best homemade treat? Is … Continue reading

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Friday Five: Surprising Finds

Jan, at Rev Gal Blog Pals, writes about surprising finds, “Only afterwards, do we realize that we have “found” something that we like–like a new way to look at something; a new (to me) author; a new song or hymn; … Continue reading

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Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A Variation on The Friday Five

Rev Karla at RevGalBlogPals posed some questions today–questions that, should I answer them as they are posed, would shine a light into my day.  But that makes me squirm.  Let me shift the focus just a bit. This morning, I … Continue reading

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3DogMom at Rev Gal Blog Pals writes, An unexpected road trip last weekend made me aware that there are places along the route traveled where, had there been time, I would love to have stopped to visit and explore. That … Continue reading

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