July 31, 2016

Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost

In Greek myth it is said that Sisyphus, the one-time King of Corinth, was the craftiest of all men. He was a swindler and sometimes murderer. His hate for his […]
July 10, 2016

Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

And who is my neighbor? In the 2,000 years since a lawyer wishing to justify himself asked Jesus the question, we have gotten no better at answering it. Racial and […]
July 3, 2016

Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

It has been said, using different wording by physicists, yogis, and the fathers of the old Church, that each human being is a microcosm, a little example, of the whole […]
June 26, 2016

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

By this everyone will know that you are my disciples. These words spoken on the night before Jesus would be handed over to his death on the cross. In the […]
June 19, 2016

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

It is the beginning of many a story: A brave few boarding a ship to sail for conquest, exploration, and glory in hostile territory. The idea brings to mind characters […]