Monthly Archives: November 2010

A Priest Quits

That’s the premise of this week’s Orthodixie Podcast: A priest, married with children, quits — just walks away from the ministry. Why? Thanks to all the listeners who sent in suggestions. Y’all will be sent a free download of the … Continue reading

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DEFINE miracle

“Miracles are a retelling in small letters of the very same story which is written across the whole world in letters too large for some of us to see.” — C.S. Lewis, born November 29, 1898 Source Image Source

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I Took My Heart … to San Francisco

The wife and I touched down in the City by the Bay at lunchtime on Saturday, November 20th. It was a long shot — but, as it was only a week away from our 23rd wedding anniversary [today], I’d asked … Continue reading

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My Son’s Movie Recommendation

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CONTEST: Reconvening the Ecumenical Campfire

The 2010 contest deadline has been extended. Send your ideas in now, regarding THIS, before it’s too late. Meanwhile, here’s last year’s “listener supported” Orthodixie Thanksgiving Podcast. Enjoy! Most stories about the history of Thanksgiving concern the harvest celebration of … Continue reading

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Berry Handicapped! [Podcast Contest]

Thanks to all who have participated thus far in the annual Orthodixie Podcast writing exercise! But, while traveling in San Francisco today, I accidentally hit a button on my BlackBerry which deleted several emails for the contest. Pics and thoughts … Continue reading

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Write Podcast, Win Book!

Last year around Thanksgiving, the Orthodixie Podcast took a serious turn with: Thanksgiving: The Eighth Ecumenical Campfire. The Blurb: “A Roman Catholic Priest, two Orthodox clergymen, a Baptist boy and an Episcopalian gal, along with a Greek layman — unexpectedly … Continue reading

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