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Reflection for Tuesday, November 8, 2005: 32nd week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2005-11-08)
"The Comfortable Words." That's how some Episcopalians refer to a moment that follows the confession and absolution in one version of the Eucharistic liturgy in the Book of Common Prayer. At that point in the service, the ...
Reflection for Wednesday, August 10, 2005: St. Lawrence.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2005-08-10)
The Omaha area is home to over 700,000 inhabitants. It boasts a large convention center and a spanking new performing arts complex. Its suburbs sprawl ever further to the south and west.|But when my wife and I moved here ...
Reflection for Wednesday, July 6, 2005: 14th week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2005-07-06)
Today's readings amount to a primer in the study of "authority."||In the familiar story from Genesis, Joseph finds himself in a position to wield amazing authority over an entire nation's economy-authority delegated to him ...
Reflection for January 7, 2006: Saturday after Epiphany.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2006-01-07)
I write this reflection having just walked back to my office from a memorial service for a colleague. I did not know Karin well, but I attended the service because, in this loving, faith-centered community, we celebrate, ...
Reflection for Saturday, October 30, 2004: 30th week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2004-10-30)
Dave was the Best Man at my wedding. We had known one another for as long as either of us could remember, and in his speech at the reception, Dave told a story about our pre-school days. During recess, he claimed, most of ...
Reflection for January 3, 2005: Monday after Epiphany.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2005-01-03)
All right ... let me begin by admitting that I'm feeling more than just a touch of resentment right now. ||There's nothing a child likes less than to be told, "You'll understand this once you're a grown-up." Unfortunately, ...