Pastor's Weekly Blog

January 2017

Jan 29

Rejecting the toxicity of our times

  There is much attention being given these days to the political shifts that are taking place in many Western countries, including our own. There is a growing sense that many people in many of these nations are looking inward...asking why so much time, attention and resources are being devoted to other nations and their citizens while...
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Jan 22

The “haves” now have even more!

  The backlash against the worldwide “globalization” economic program is taking hold in many industrialized Western nations: the Brexit vote in Great Britain, the 2016 election results in our country, increasing support in Europe for political parties that favor national economic self-interest, etc. There is a growing sense...
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Jan 15

Manage everyday tasks

  Ok, so I admit it…I’m a Google and PC guy. And while I admire the range and quality of Apple products, I have never gone over to the other side. The only connection that I have with the Apple world is that I have an ancient iPad 2 that I turn to very early morning to read a wide variety of online newspapers and other...
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Jan 8

Humans are wired to be against murder

  As most of you know, growing up in Chicago I was raised in the Swedish Lutheran tradition of the Christian faith. My native denomination was, like other “mainline Protestant” churches at the time, conservative in doctrine and liberal in social teachings. As such, in the late 1970’s my former church became rather...
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Jan 1

A Mother in whom we rejoice!

    A Happy and Blessed New Year to you and all your loved ones!! Today - just a week after Christmas - we celebrate the great Feast of Mary, Mother of the Lord. Of course, many at Mass today and most people around the world know this day as New Year’s Day, the first day of 2017. Why do we observe and celebrate the first...
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