Long walks have a way of transforming your heart and mind as a well as your body.  Growing up in the country meant wandering around the land we owned in central Mississippi as a boy in all four seasons and often alone. I would finish chores and head out for the day. Those years of…

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Finally for some good news about the quarantine, though perhaps not all that you wanted. Maricopa County numbers are finally headed in the right direction, and the Bishop, COVID Task Force, and the State Attorney General’s offices are all in agreement that we are getting close to being ready to open up to Phase II,…

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No, I am not holiday skipping. Today as I write this is the Feast of the Transfiguration. We typically celebrate it on a Sunday when the reading shows up in the lectionary, but it is actually August 6. It is celebrated among all Orthodox and Catholic traditions. Jesus took Peter, James, and John up a…

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