Monthly Archives: May 2012

THOUGHT ABOUT WRITING A BLOG? A SURE FIRE WAY TO OBTAIN READERS –


This cartoon was posted by fr. Smuts.  It broke me up.  How to really increase your comments on your posts?  This solution truly works, even if the depth of comment is somewhat lacking. Oh, well. you probably can not have … Continue reading

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BREAKAWAY ANGLICAN CONGREGATION CALLS EVICTION BLESSING


Finally home from the hospital with my new hip.  Spent four days to get this done. I will definitely choose the new hip over a new knee. In the next few days I will get back to new posts rather … Continue reading

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WILDERNESS WANDERINGS Blinders part 5


Ever started a trip and realized only much later you had journeyed into never-never land? At first your itinerary goes exactly as planned and you enjoy the journey. Everything is under control. You don’t notice that at some point you … Continue reading

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NEW RELIGIOUS BLINDERS part 4


Where does God wants me? (You will notice how often this question is better translated “where do I want me?”) God is often a wonderful justification for ego gratification . Continue reading

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CULTURAL BLINDER ADJUSTMENTS


CULTURAL BLINDER ADJUSTMENTS a series about cultural differences and how we arrive with our own sets — my blinders soon developed some transparencies. I could see, not too clearly, things to the side I never noticed before. Continue reading

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EARLIEST CHRISTIAN PRACTICES and 21st Century understandings


We all believe the Holy Spirit guides and empowers the church. There are reasons why Christians have done things in certain ways over the centuries. What were their reasons? Present day Christians are slow to ask that question unless they … Continue reading

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SOCIAL ACTION AND GOD’S INTENTIONS


May 10, 2012 I was rereading some of Fr. Ernesto’s earlier posts, and found his four part series about clergy (and others) involvement in social issues to still be relevant today.The least it will do for those who read it … Continue reading

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