Monthly Archives: January 2008

the ending of the beginning

The first class session of the last course for the Ph. D. meets on Saturday. So, that means the procrastination by blogging will probably increase. I’m taking Advanced Quantitative Research Methods. But really, I’m starting to put some thought toward … Continue reading

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well, of course, I’m working on a Ph.D.

Your Language Arts Grade: 100% Way to go! You know not to trust the MS Grammar Check and you know “no” from “know.” Now, go forth and spread the good word (or at least, the proper use of apostrophes). Are … Continue reading

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Friday Five from RevGalBlogPals

Friday Five: Read any good books lately? as posted by RevHRod The website promoting this piece of art says, “For the first time, the worlds most influential religious texts are brought together and presented on the same level, their coexistence … Continue reading

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What are you looking for?

That’s the question Jesus asks in the gospel lesson for tomorrow, the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany. I’m not preaching tomorrow because, at the last minute, I have a guest preacher. However, if I were preaching tomorrow, I would connect that … Continue reading

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walk to emmaus

I am Spiritual Director for an upcoming Walk to Emmaus. I need 4 assistant SDs. I have 2. Any clergy with an Emmaus/Crusillo/Tres Dias experience want a “professional” reason to travel at the end of Feb?

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starting the New Year right

At the beginning of a New Year, many people make New Year’s resolutions that might include starting diets or exercise programs. Many stores have containers on sale to help with getting organized. In some sense, each of these is a … Continue reading

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