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Tag: Spirituality

Advent ideas

What are you doing to keep Advent this year? Share your ideas in the comments. Here are a few offerings: The Anglican Communion Office is

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An analogy for grace

Joshua Bell, the renowned violinist who once posed as a typical subway busker for a Washington Post magazine article, is back underground again. The question

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Spiritual Fitness

by Derek Olsen Most of the things that we do in life—especially our modern lives—take up our time. However, I am firmly convinced that there

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Buyer beware: Exploding caskets

Our parish is planning a panel discussion in the fall on end-of-life issues; hospice services, estate planning, living wills, spiritual preparations for death, etc. Perhaps

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Prayer and anxiety

Prayer can be very calming. Or very disturbing. It depends on your assumptions about God and how the universe works that makes the difference.

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