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    • Ten Positive Principles of Personal Wealth November 28, 2015
      I was going to write a blog post criticizing what I call “faux Franciscanism”–that is the problem in the church in which poverty is praised for its own sake. We should be clear. Poverty is not a virtue on its own. The  poor are not blessed because they are poor. We should remember that poor [Read More...]
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    • Church of England Lady Bishop Advocates Nudism November 28, 2015
      Long time readers of my blog may remember one of my alter egos named The Rev’d Humphrey Blytherington–a lovable but doddery Church of England country vicar. In this post from 2009 Humph was dealing with the outrageous subject of Christian nudism. The trendy female vicar from the next parish named Lavinia had been advocating the [Read More...]
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    • Happy Thanksgiving November 26, 2015
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    • Thanksgiving and Narnia’s Puddleglum November 26, 2015
      Is there a link between atheism, Thanksgiving Day and Puddleglum from Narnia? I wonder on this Thanksgiving Day, therefore, what the atheist does. I admit that he may nurture a simple attitude of gratitude for the good things in his life, but does he stop to ask why he should feel grateful in the first [Read More...]
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    • Humility, a Monastery and the Mysticism of Einstein November 25, 2015
      Today at Suburban Hermit I posted A picture of Quarr Abbey church with a selection from T.S.Eliot’s Four Quartets From the Old, Red Book, a quotation from Albert Einstein on mysticism Commentary on stages five through eight of Benedict’s teaching on humility Go here for your dose of monastic wisdom at Suburban Hermit  
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  • We will run in the path of God's commandments our hearts overflowing with the inexpressible delight of love. -- St Benedict