Monthly Archive: October, 2014

A New (Not Really) Perspective on Love


Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Who do you love above all else? What do you love above all others? And when you close your eyes and recall that which you love most intensely,… Continue reading

Caesar & Dead Presidents


Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time It was called the census tax, a tax imposed by the Roman emperor upon all foreign subjects for the distinct honor and privilege of living under the standard… Continue reading

This Vineyard Needs Room to Grow


Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time Over 80 years ago, God planted a vineyard in Waynesboro VA. With a bequest from Mrs. Margaret Burns of Staunton, those who tended this vineyard sought initially to… Continue reading

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