Category Archives: Freshly Pressed

Body and Soul: of mundane miracles and secular sacraments

This was my first post to be Fresh Pressed. I hope you have enjoyed my summer re-runs. Stay tuned for a new post in a day or two! ~   ~   ~   ~   ~ Like all good little cradle-Anglicans of my … Continue reading

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Seeing the whole picture

Albert* was one of the old-timers who sat at the back of the room, moseying their way through high school on the extended plan. To be honest, I suspect that the unspoken consensus among my teacher colleagues was that Albert’s … Continue reading

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The size of now

The future is a very big place. I know this to be true, because I have spent a lot of time there– typically getting lost in the big-ness of it. It’s an easy place in which to get lost, in … Continue reading

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Body and Soul: of mundane miracles and secular sacraments

Like all good little cradle-Anglicans of my day, when I reached the age of 12 I signed up for Confirmation class. We met crammed into a too-small but oddly symbolic “upper room” off the church balcony. I remember exactly two … Continue reading

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