Monthly Archives: May 2015

When the Point is Made, the CounterPoint is Ready.

A Reflection on the Gospel for May 31, Trinity Sunday by David Somerville+ Recently I delved into the study of the musical form, the Fugue, developed by J. S. Bach. I took a second, third, and several more listens to … Continue reading

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The Good News Behind Declining Numbers

A Reflection on the Gospel for May 24, 2015 The Feast of Pentecost by David Somerville One of the two Collects that begins the liturgy for this coming Sunday commemorating the birth of the Church lets us know that we … Continue reading

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When Does Our Adolescence Truly End?

A Reflection on the Gospel for  May 17, 2015, The Sunday after the Ascension by David Somerville+ Founder of the fashion brand that modernized the woman’s look in the years after World War I, Coco Chanel, had an idea that … Continue reading

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When Obligations Become Gifts

A Reflection on the Gospel for May 10, 2015, The Sixth Sunday of Easter by David Somerville+ African American writer, Octavia Butler, knew both the blessings  and challenges that come from  friendship.  In a moment of personal isolation, she wrote  … Continue reading

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