All Saints is a small parish, perhaps 30-50 depending on the Sunday. We are seeing the beginnings of something that over the last few years I have found that I deeply desire, to find an expression of authentic community centered … Read More
I grew up in the Church of Christ, with most of its impact in my formative teenage years in the 60s. My father was an elder, and we were what would be called a ‘faithful’ family, meaning that we showed … Read More
Spesso la costanza della verità si è mutuata, e si mutua, in una costanza culturale. Insomma riduce la verità in una prassi, una forma. D’accordo, la verità può e deve infatti esprimersi in cultura, ma ridurre la verità in cultura … Read More
All’egregio sig. Marchese, della vecchia villa ai piedi della Via San Giacomo Apostolo 4, Cornigliano, a Genova, durante gli anni 1971-1973: dopo tanti anni Le scrivo dalla distanza geografica dell’America e dalla distanza temporale di trentaquattro anni. Le scrivo in … Read More
Oggi è stato difficile. È fallito il ventilatore CPU di lgw, che nello spegnere il sistema ha distrutto la strutture del disco. Ho dovuto trasferire il servizio su alfredo, perdendo la giornata intera. Almeno sembra stabile ora. Non ho dormito … Read More
Most people confuse their culture for truth.
My wife recently purchased two new pillows. While looking at the selection, she noticed that the plastic covers on the pillows had all been slit so the “Do Not Remove” federal tag was protruding. When she queryed a store employee … Read More
Reflecting on my thoughts about the centrality of the Eucharist, it occurred to me that they were incomplete. Both Eucharist and Word are necessary. Word informs the Eucharist; without Word, Eucharist becomes an empty, meaningless form. Word also informs all … Read More
Listening to a podcast from the Conversatio Fide site, in a presentation by Rose Madrid-Swetman on a generous community, I was touched by the (com)passion of the speaker in a way that broke down an old reserve. I have always … Read More
It would be easy to align with the orthodox movement of the Episcopal church, and in fact have done so in the past. I no longer can uncritically endorse it, for the simple reason that I no longer see it as I once did.