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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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A Splinter in the Brain

Chris Visminas, Episcopal priest and Church historian, once led a discussion of Liturgy in my home parish. The usual complaint about liturgy is that because it’s the same — or practically the same — week in and week out, one … Continue reading

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Armistice and Elections

  When you read this, the U.S. Election Carnival will be over. We may even get a government that, for a few months, will deign to govern rather than campaign. Unlikely, of course, but always possible. In the furious tumult … Continue reading

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Framing

FRAMING [This is my editorial from The Peace Memo, V. 4, no. 9, September, 2012. Read the full issue at http://peacebuildinginstitute.org/peace_memo.htm%5D I was preparing an issue on food and violence when the Republican and Democratic conventions derailed every attempt to focus … Continue reading

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