Category Archives: Christian Humanism

Second Acts, Second Chances, and Second Comings

Sermon preached at General Seminary on the Feast of the Ascension, 2016 In the name of our God of second acts, second chances and second comings: Amen. Good morning, on this festival day. This is a second act, a second … Continue reading

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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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The Light Shines in the Darkness: How Will We Respond?

As our celebration of Christmas continues, there is much to contemplate about what Jesus gives to us, and what we in turn can give to the world.

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