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Baseball and Little League

The Little League World Series showcased all that is good about baseball, while highlighting things that might need to change in the professional game. The kids clearly had loads of fun, worked hard, were good sports, passionate, supportive of one another, and clearly loved by fans (and even many professional players, who not only watched games, but some were involved in getting parents to the game) from around the

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Joy: the spirituality of the 2013 Red Sox

…without deep pockets or the support of the religious or political establishment, it still grew and flourished. It grew because the Spirit was with them. It grew because Jesus was their leader. But, it grew also, I suspect, because there was joy.

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Baseball: lessons in faith

by Maria L. Evans

“Give me a fresh vision of your love, that I may find again what I fear I have lost.”–from the prayer “For one who fears losing hope,” Enriching Our Worship 2, p. 75.

“People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.”–Rogers Hornsby

Almost every year, I get my heart broken by the longest continuing summer love affair I’ve ever had […]

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Exit Sandman: The gospel and Mariano Rivera

Episcopal Bishop Douglas Fisher has written an ode to Mariano Rivera, a brave thing to do considering he leads the Diocese of Western Massachusetts. But as the Red Sox fan writing this item will tell you, if you don’t admire Mariano Rivera, you don’t really like

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