June 29, 2014 is Pentecost 3A

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Jeremiah 28:5-9 – This is part of Jeremiah’s contention with the prophet Hananiah.  Hananiah took the yoke from Jeremiah’s neck and broke it as a sign of how God would break the yoke of Nebuchaadnezzar’s oppression and bring the captives back from … Continued

My 7- and 9-Year-Old Gurus

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June 23, 2014 "Mom, are you mad at me?” my 7-year old asked, a little cautiously. The way I’d been communicating – terse sentences in a not-so-warm tone – her question was a legitimate one. And she was a brave … Continued

St. Matthew’s Munich

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The Bavarian King chose Catholic, and so Munich is Catholic to this day. Inside the old city walls there were no Protestant Churches allowed. So, just outside the old city walls, on the four sides of the city, are St. … Continued

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