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A collect for Pokemon

A collect for Pokemon

Not breaking news, but for your liturgical amusement during this politically charged week, a collect for Pokemon on this summer Wednesday, via Fr. Bosco Peters.

Almighty God,
who has gotta ‘catch us all’,
within the great Pokeball of your love.
Give us the power that’s inside,
so that we might not divert our eyes from the game map that you have set,
but instead, with Clefairy, Charmander and that electrocuted yellow rat thing,
come to the great PokeGym in the sky, where prestige points are infinite.

Amen.

His full blog can be found here.

As the Pokemon excitement continues, how are you and how is your church getting involved?

Forward Movement and Episcopal Church Foundation Vital Practices are among those providing resources, ideas and reflections.

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Mel Soriano

Oh thank you thank you thank you BP!

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Paul Woodrum

Groan!

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Elizabeth R. A. Triano

Good stuff, thank you! Be not afraid, but be welcoming & inclusive. Gotta catch 'em all, indeed. (Even if my church isn't a Pokéstop, alas.)

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