Monthly Archives: March 2015

Last Words of Lent

Today is the last day of Lent.  Tomorrow we enter into Holy Week. Tomorrow the Hosannas will ring out.  But today is the last day of Lent.  No Hosannas today and no alleluias either.  For today is the last day … Continue reading

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Friday Five: Whatcha Reading?

In no particular order: I’ve finished volume 1 and am deep into volume 2.  These little books provide the nourishment I need on Lenten mornings. Another Nordic Noir.  I’m really liking Kristina Ohlsson. Every year on Ash Wednesday, I turn … Continue reading

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God’s Law of Love

Yesterday, I found myself taking my annual “search for signs of spring” walk. It’s a walk I take every year at this time of year. You might say –and in a sense you’d be right—“Susan, you’re a bit late. In … Continue reading

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Vipers in Our Midst

There are those who hear this passage and wonder about a god who sends poisonous snakes to smite the whining and complaining people of the Exodus still wandering in the wilderness after almost forty years. And there are likely those … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: Honoring Women Who Have Shaped My Life

Honoring My Mother Jane Wilson Allison: Honoring My Mama Priest, The Rev. Margaret Irwin: Honoring My Teaching Model, Colleague and Friend, Mary Lenhardt:

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Oh When The Saints Go Marching In

3DogMom at Rev Gal Blog Pals focuses today’s Friday Five on Saints. I’m stuck on the first question–the one about a favorite saint.  I suppose I should start with one listed in my tradition’s “Lesser Feasts and Fasts”:  Florence Li-Tim … Continue reading

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