Yes, I still believe in Santa Claus! Listen to this week’s sermon to find out why.
Given all the TERF activity this week, my sermon is pretty timely. (CN: TERFs, bad theology, intolerance)
This week’s sermon discusses the actual differences between Love, Compassion, and Forgiveness. They aren’t all the same thing!
A blessed Samhain to you all!
How do we grieve in community? What are the ways we can protect ourselves and others at our most vulnerable?
We all deal with grief differently, and really, no one should tell you how to grieve.
What do you believe happens after you die? It’s something we should all think about.
Do you know how you’re going to handle your own death? Have you thought about it? Does thinking about death frighten you? Maybe it’s time we really talked about it more publicly.
Yesterday, not even 24 hours after Senator John McCain passed, I posted the following on Facebook: So, here’s my dilemma: The queer politics nerd in me agrees with all the folks posting about John McCain’s horrid politics of recent years (including inflicting Sarah Palin on national politics and healthcare). However, the priest in me, who has worked with the dying and with grieving families is like: “Fucking hell people, the guy hasn’t even been dead 24 hours!” I have always been a heretic…. There were some comments to this post that made me think that some people might be misunderstanding
I’ve had with most of you. Especially those of you who sit there and argue with the very people this government is marginalizing and harrassing. That we should “get along and be nice” because somehow that’s going to magically fix everything. The time for politeness passed many months ago. Sorry, that’s just how it is. If you can’t see why, get you head out of your fucking ass and take a good look around. You say you have minority friends? Sure, ok! Why don’t you ask them some things: Ask any of your friends of color how they’re doing right