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As citizens of the United States, we have so much to give God thanks for. We can give thanks for the great blessing of living in an exceptional nation. While the USA is not perfect (no country is), we must not ignore the good for the sake of the perfect. While we always seek to make a more perfect union by addressing our national imperfections, we also acknowledge and give thanks for the great and exceptional good of our United States.  (more…)

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batmantosThe title of my article plays around with the Robin sayings from the old Batman & Robin series.  I Googled it, and Robin exclaimed everything from “Holy Alphabet, Batman!” to “Holy Love Birds, Batman!” to “Holy Zorro, Batman!”  But let’s talk about why this article is entitled “Holy Admiration”….. (more…)

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celtic-trinity-knot-by-kristen-foxAs we approach the observance of two special Sundays of the Church calendar — Pentecost Sunday and Holy Trinity Sunday — our congregation will be hosting a unique interfaith event that puts into practice the themes of Pentecost Sunday and Holy Trinity Sunday.  This event is the product of our growing relationship with our neighbors at Al Huda Mosque here on Edgerton in Greenfield. (more…)

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beatitudesIn the final session of our mid-week Lenten series on The Beatitudes of Jesus Our Lord (Matthew 5:1-12), we discussed why the true followers of Christ will be persecuted.  And, among other things, one of the primary aspects of the Way of Christ was/is befriending all people of all groups and seeking to bring them together. (more…)

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