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Commentary: Be more loving; spread some joy

As we enter this new year, I’m sure many of us have made various resolutions. I am equally sure that, if you’re like me,...

Commentary: Set aside time to pray for the dead

The Catholic Church is rich in traditions. Various times of year are set aside for special reflection. During Lent, we pray for forgiveness and...

Commentary: Is God fair?

I asked that question in a sermon recently. I think we can agree that life isn’t always fair, but is God fair? In the Christian...

Commentary: Recognizing our divine lineage

With the recent re-release of Disney’s The Lion King, I am reminded of a favorite scene when Rafiki asks Simba the compelling question, “Who...

Commentary: God’s summer vacation? Yours?

Early one summer day, God decided it was time for a vacation. Surely no one would miss Him if He took the next eight...

Commentary: Easter sunrise service, The show must go on

One of the beloved Easter traditions of First Congregational Church and Plantsville Congregational Church is the joint annual sunrise service at Camp Sloper. It...

Commentary: Finding peace through forgiveness

If we were to be asked what we wanted more than anything else, I think we would find that most of our answers would...

Commentary: Purim is lighthearted, fun, silly…and serious

Next month, Jewish people around the world will celebrate the holiday of Purim. Purim is a lighthearted, fun, silly holiday, with a serious message. On...

Commentary: Do you think age is just a number? Try turning 65

Current cultural wisdom decrees that 60 is the new 40. If that were true, 65 would be the new 45. Unfortunately, it’s not true....

Commentary: What’s the antidote for worry?

In 1988, Bobby McFerrin wrote a song so clear and simple that it almost immediately became a huge hit. The lyrics went like this: “Here’s...

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