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Good Friday appears to be a complete dead-end.

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Today is the liminal day.

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It is not easy knowing how best to communicate to children something of the impact of the events we commemorate on Good Friday.

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I know it is frowned upon in many circles today. But, this evening, as we have for at least thirty years, the community in which I serve will observe a Seder Supper.

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ash-wednesdayTomorrow, if we choose to participate in an Ash Wednesday liturgy, we may receive a black smudge of ash on our forehead in the sign of a cross, as we hear the words,

Remember you are dust,
and to dust you shall return.

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When the “mä’-gos ” arrived in Jerusalem, they explained to King Herod that they were seeking “the child who has been born king of the Jews.”

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It is unfortunate that The Rev. John Henry Hopkins (1820-1891) has so completely shaped the popular imagination about the Christian festival of Epiphany (celebrated on January 6).

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Remembrance Day is not about the glorification of war.

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JB Philips deserves the prize for greatest book title ever for his 1953 Christian classic, Your God Is Too Small.

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I have no idea the origin of this little story.

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