CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning

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Good Friday 2019 Communion Service at the Cambridge Unitarian Church on Emmanuel Road at 6.30pm

The church this morning ready for the evening service Good Friday 2019 Communion Service  at the Cambridge Unitarian Church on Emmanuel Road at 6.30pm Click here for directions  All people of good-wil

15 hours ago

Cambridge Unitarian Church Good Friday Communion Service

Christ or Barabbas? A Palm Sunday lesson for our own day and age

Annie Valloton's drawing for the Good News Bible READINGS: Mark 15:1-15 (GNT) From “The Acts of Jesus: The Search for the Authentic Deeds of Jesus” by Robert W. Funk and the Jesus Seminar (Poleridge P

5 days ago

Jesus liberalism Address Palm Sunday Judaism Political Theology Carl Schmitt Jews anti-Semitism Annie Valloton Apollo 17 Barabbas binary questions Charles E. Frye

Mothering Sunday—The maternalizing of matter and the materializing of the mother”—A poetic, supreme fiction for our age

Venus in the Manse back-yard READINGS: From Lucretius 1: An ontology of motion by Thomas Nail (Edinburgh University Press, 2018, p 23) The genetrix of Aeneas is the mother [ māter ] of Aeneas, from wh

2 weeks ago

religious naturalism Venus Lucretius De Rerum Natura On the nature of things Address Mothering Sunday aphrodite Epicurus Wallace Stevens supreme fiction Thomas Nail Walter Englert

Immediate tactile, visceral answers in the breeze—the mysticism of wide open eyes

READINGS: What I Have Learned So Far by Mary Oliver Meditation is old and honorable, so why should I  not sit, every morning of my life, on the hillside,  looking into the shining world? Because, prop

3 weeks ago

meditation Jesus mysticism blossom Address William Blake Mary Oliver Herbert Fingarette Edward F. Mooney natura naturans Barbara Ehrenreich Dennis Potter Dorothee Soelle Kahlil Gibran

She—the moon—listens to my complaints like the good companion she is & comforts me surely with her light.

What else is there to do on a night like this, with news such as there is, except to look up at the moon on the spring equinox and, with Mary Oliver, recognize that "She listens to my complaints like

03/20/2019 11:51:00 PM

black and white photography Mary Oliver The Moon Fuji X100F Spring Equinox