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Vampyres! Werewolves! Oh My! Does Curiosity Kill the Crone?

“Oh my!” sighed Tilly Simms as she slowly pushed open the rickety wooden door to Monsignor Suárez Vampyre Slayer’s Emporium in the All Hallows Hamlet… 809 more words

Murphy The Feline!

Titus 3:8-10: Sparks Among the Stubble

Titus 3:8-10Sparks Among the Stubble

Friday, February 10, 2017

This reflection is adapted from a Favorite written on All Souls’ Day, November 2, 2009 and is posted today for those who feel lost in the present climate of fear and anger.   316 more words

Favorite

Wednesday, January 11th. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Mark 1:29-39.

Wednesday of the First week in Ordinary Time

11 January 2017

Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ 

Rising very early before dawn, he left and

went off to a deserted place, where he prayed. 630 more words

DAILY GOSPEL OF LORD JESUS CHRIST

2016-11-13 Notes from the Bench

“Requiem in D Minor” by Gabriel Fauré

A commentary on this week’s music by Dr. James T. Gerber, Music Associate

Requiem aeternam dona eis–rest eternal grant unto them (Missa pro Defunctis, Introit). 493 more words

All Saints' Episcopal Church

November events inspire memoir

This is my story.

November events fuel Greenwich Meridian © memoir

By Emma Palova

Lowell, MI- The months of November and May, with events both in the family and in the history of the Czech Republic, have inspired entire chapters in my Greenwich Meridian © memoir. 639 more words

A Monk's Chronicle: 7 November 2016 -- All Souls' Day: A Reflection

All Souls’ Day:  A Reflection

One of my all-time favorite hymns comes from 18th-century England, and it compares Jesus to an apple tree.   It’s a carol that we sing at Christmas, but its focus on ripe fruit makes it just as appropriate for All Souls’ Day, and for autumn in particular.   900 more words

All Souls' Day

I watch a small group of spirits pass through our yard.  “They are on their way to visit their loved ones living nearby,” says Tom, a small Brownie man standing next to me. 70 more words