Monthly Archives: January 2016

Making Connections

I don’t remember how Bishop Richard Malone of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo and I first met.  It may have been at some public event, it may have been when he, a dog lover, was walking his dog past … Continue reading

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In Response to the Primates Meeting

I have read with sadness the report from the gathering of the Primates of the Anglican Communion.  I had hoped that the gathering would move away from legalism and lines in the sand towards relationship and mutual respect. That does … Continue reading

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Lights Shining in the Darkness – An Epiphany Sermon

This is the sermon that I preached at St. Paul’s Cathedral on the occasion of the installation of Jerre Feagin, Earle King, Colleen O’Connor, Gloria Payne-Carter and Barbara Price as honorary canons of the Diocese of Western New York We’ve … Continue reading

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