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With a leap, a whistle and a fart.
With a leap, a whistle and a fart. These words are borrowed from Holy Fools & Mad Hatters by Catholic priest and contemplative Edward Hays. My dear friend Betsy gifted me with this book as I headed off to divinity school … Continue reading
Edge of heaven
This Sunday, we will encounter John the Baptist, the voice of one crying out in the wilderness, urging us to repent, to turn and be baptized. What a sight this cousin of Jesus must have been, this young man from … Continue reading
Beyond the wilderness
When I was a second-year student at Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, one of the first year students arrived barefoot for the opening service of Morning Prayer. He came to everything barefoot. Initially this bothered me, bothered the “genteel” sensibility … Continue reading