6/30/2013 Podcast – Peter Conroy

WHO WROTE THE GOSPELS? All of us think that we have a fairly good knowledge of the Gospels and of what is contained in them. Yet we have probably never asked ourselves basic questions like who actually wrote the good news and what information was or was not included there....

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6/16/2013 Podcast – Tony Busalacchi

THANK YOU FOR SMILING As a young teenager I adopted the motto, “It is better to light one little candle than to curse the darkness.” This has been my guiding attitude. It has also been my experience that everyone appreciates a smile and warm greetings. My message deals with the...

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6/2/2013 Podcast – Rev. Scott Prinster

WHAT STORY SHALL WE TELL? A DIALOGUE BETWEEN SCIENCE AND RELIGION One of the biggest misunderstandings of the liberal religious tradition — by its proponents and its critics — is that we can “believe whatever we want”. In fact, the distinctive approach that Unitarian Universalism brings to the world of...

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5/12/2013 Podcast – The Rev. Cynthia Johnson

MOTHERS: THEN AND NOW, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE (A Baker’s Dozen Sunday) Mother’s Day is so much bigger that the bond between someone and their mother or someone who is a mother and her children.  We’ll celebrate and ponder and use both ends of the telescope to honor Mother/mothers/mothering in our own lives...

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5/5/2013 Podcast – The Rev. Cynthia Johnson

CELEBRATING PLURALISM SUNDAY WITH OUR ARMS STRETCHED W-I-D-E OPEN I recently learned about Pluralism Sunday and am inspired by its aspiration to build respectful relationships among different religions.  We know this work needs doing every day, not just when bombs explode but every time faith communities explore new ways of...

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