Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Square Circle: A Sermon on Boxing

The following is a service I delivered on August 16 at the Towson Unitarian Universalist Church. PRELUDE:  “Mama Said Knock You Out” OPENING WORDS (“Boxing”) The last song on Ben Folds Five’s self-titled debut album is a delicate piano-driven waltz called … Continue reading

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The Newspaper

This is a long-overdue installment of my Northern Minnesota Project. The winter of Paul’s twelfth year, less than a month after President Kennedy’s fateful trip to Dallas, his father did not come home to the cabin on Lake Ayers.  It took … Continue reading

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