- Fire and Flood in Cardboard City
- Where Is Home?
- Ordination Message
- A Cry From the Depths
- Your Spiritual Journey: A Straight Line or a Series of Circles?
- Holy Week and Politics
- What Does It Mean To Be An American?
- Looking For Light
- A New Year: Walking With God
- When Government Believed in the People: the WPA
- Is The End Nigh?
- Endings and Beginnings
- A Surreal Time
- The Triumph of the Feminine in Shakespeare
- The First Will Be Last
Category Archives: Theater
Attleboro’s Big Read* novel this fall, Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, describes a world where 99% of the population has been killed by a virulent flu virus. The story certainly speaks to our time of hurricanes, famines, droughts … Continue reading
I started writing this blog during the 2016 election campaign when I had hoped a woman would become President of the United States! My hope is still strong. The triumph of the feminine is the theme of the last but … Continue reading
Everyone knows the story of Romeo and Juliet from the pen of William Shakespeare. But have you ever thought of it as a description of the process of the transformation of human desire (Eros) into divine love (Agape)? Laurence Freeman … Continue reading
There are many Biblical themes that run through Shakespeare’s plays, not the least of which is his willingness to face tragedy and evil with a brutal honesty. It is the beautiful poetry that redeems the darkness of tragedies like Hamlet, … Continue reading