Category Archives: justice

A Splinter in the Brain, Part 2 – Prayers of the People

Dear Craig, While I think I understand the impulse that inspires St. Stephen’s to pray for all members in the armed services by name I, personally, am uncomfortable with the practice. This is partly because I wouldn’t want my name, … Continue reading

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What Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Means to Me

This address is the text from which I addressed the topic, at the invitation of the Oak Ridge MKL Day Committee. Five minutes was not nearly enough! But it was good to reflect on MKL and realize that I learned … Continue reading

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