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2015-09-13 Notes from the Bench

“An Introduction to Christian Hymnody”

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

Over the past three years, the “Notes from the Bench” series has focused on either choral works sung during our worship, or the organ voluntaries. 407 more words

All Saints' Episcopal Church

After the Flood



spent cartridge


compound vivid fractures

small perfect green shamrock

blossoms thrive oddly

the earth smells brown


Laud’s Book of Common Prayer… 29 more words


Canticle~by Paul F. Lenzi


Painting by Jan-Peter Semmel
From pinterest.com

vivid paranoia
slithers in between prayers
I apologize



We call it Farniente (“Fare Niente” in Italian literally “Do Nothing”) for a reason.

Canicule (heat wave) in full swing in a good chunk of France.

Life In China

Redemptoris Mater: Part 2-The Mother of God at the Center of the Pilgrim Church

Last week I covered Part 1 of this encyclical, Pope John Paul II’s encyclical on Mary. This week we will look at the second part about how Mary is involved in the Church today. 749 more words


Love, Reflect & Pray

As you may have picked up, I have a bit of an unusual hobby. I love to read, study, reflect on, meditate on and pray with a most unlikely book of the Bible. 786 more words


Canticle... #PostItNotePoetry


of fear is creeping
for Leibowitz
of the turning
of the sun
/Scarborough Fair

The poem is mixed with Flaii-chan’s artwork Creeping Fear, via DeviantArt.

Micro Poetry