For the world to shift, even the slightest amount, someone must first ask “how is it that?” We have to interrogate the status quo. We cannot change what we cannot name.
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There is nothing Christian about a ban on Muslims or Refugees.
Statement to CAIR Boston Rally against Muslim Ban Sunday Jan 29, 2017 Copley Plaza, Boston by Rev. Laura Everett- Massachusetts Council of Churches Strikethrough text got cut to stay on time. Some of our political leaders would like to be preachers (I’m looking at you, Senator Markey…). We also needed to keep sentences short and get loud …
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Be Cautious with Crowns: A sermon on 1 Samuel
A sermon for the ordination of Marisa Egerstrom St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, South End, Boston: Thursday January 19, 2017 1 Sam 8:10-18 Psalm 146 1 Peter 5:1-4 Matt 16:13-19 I have a certain sympathy for the people who want a king. I have stood before the endless aisles of canned goods overwhelmed by choice, overtired and …
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