Holy Communion UCity · The Rev. Mike Angell: St Francis, Ecologist Saint Francis of Assisi might well have been in the mind of Flannery O’Conner when she wrote, ““You shall know the truth, and the truth will make you odd.” Saint Francis was a bit of an odd duck. Francis didn’t start out that way.Continue reading “St Francis, Ecologist”
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Is there room for conservatism in America? (Questions for America Part 2)
I know it may come as a surprise for some of you, to hear me ask: “Is there room for conservatism in America?” But on personal levels, national levels, and global levels we could learn to slow down, to consider the ramifications of our actions.
Seeking Peace, Seeking Shalom
Today’s readings center around a search for peace. Jesus, and his disciples are just looking for a little peace. They’re trying to get away on a trip. If any of you need some theological justification for your summer vacation, here it is, Mark chapter six. Jesus says, “everybody needs a break.” The letter to theContinue reading “Seeking Peace, Seeking Shalom”
God of the Garden
A sermon for the Third Sunday after Pentecost: God longs for us to say to join God in the garden.