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You know all the prayers. You are God.

Neil Gaiman recounts this small scene in his stunning story titled, “The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury.”

A poor man found himself in a forest as night fell, and he had no prayer-book to say his evening prayers.

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Book Of Common Prayer

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(1) “I think it’s crazy that we don’t talk more about what happens AFTER the big day. ”

I completely agree! More relationship wisdom

Our frenzy over weddings distracts us from the main event: the marriage (that is, the relationship to be cemented over the next several decades).  214 more words

Community

"I’d never cried like that before, but the psalmist had"

Today, I write at the Covenant Blog about how memorizing prayers has helped me deal with death.  Check it out HERE.

I’ve also written about how I’ve seen God through life with my grandpa over the last weeks and years.   15 more words

Re-blog

Consider opinion magazines

John B. Judis has written a fine reflection for Columbia Journalism Review about the poor choices Chris Hughes has made since buying The New Republic… 615 more words

Magazines

TEN WHITE BEADS - the eighth bead

TEN  WHITE BEADS – Always We Begin Again

(With Commentary by Christen Lore Weber)

“…I wash myself with snow water…”

-Job 9.30

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Poetry

The Living Church Lives!

In this episode, Fr. Jonathan talks with Dr. Christopher Wells, the Editor of The Living Church, about how the magazine continues to tackle big ideas and speak to both the Church and the culture.

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