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The 5th Sunday after Pentecost; Luke 10:25–37

It happens like clockwork; every 3 years, on the first or second Sunday of July, the Parable of the Good Samaritan rolls around once again as the Gospel. And just as regularly perhaps 9 out of 10 preachers in the land will do their best to hammer out some kind of a new take on […]

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The 4th Sunday After Pentecost; Luke 10:1-11, 16-20

He was a young man, a pawnbroker’s apprentice in Nottingham, living in two very different worlds; Sunday a world of Methodist chapel, respectability, clean Sunday-best clothes; weekdays a world of poverty, dirt, blasphemy, drunkenness. Monday morning to Saturday night in the pawnshop he dealt with the poorest of the poor and the lowest of the […]

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The Day of Pentecost; Acts 2:1-21

Sometimes we should listen to our long departed parents, even when we’ve become seniors ourselves, like me. I should have remembered, “Don’t talk to strangers!” It was about a year ago, and I was actually shopping for some travel guide books in preparation for our vacation in Newfoundland. Having found what little they had, I […]

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The 3rd Sunday of Easter; The Collect, John 21:1-19

Quite some years ago I officiated at a wedding (of friends), and clothing was one of the more serious problems that plagued that particular bride and groom in their planning. You see, it was a second marriage for the bride, and a first marriage for the groom, and it seems there are strict rules of […]

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The 1st Sunday in Lent; Luke 4:1-13

Maya Angelou, who died about 5 years ago at age 86, was an African-American author, essayist, poet, singer, and civil rights activist. She was also an actor, appearing in, among other things, the mini-series Roots. Spiritual, passionate, witty, she was and still is well-known and loved in her native country; sadly, she is less well […]

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