The Epistle of Q — Chapter 183

Easter’s Over but the music isn’t… That you may no longer be a believer is okay. I can respect your decision even if it sometimes puzzles me. Now I’m a sinner, so perhaps I have more at stake than you; so please forgive this next commentary (even though it is not about politics). Many religions […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 182 (Part E)

Reflections on Lent… The Eureka Moment(s)… As Lent was drawing to a close I was reflecting on the book I was about to start – actually, in many ways it is more a book I have been thinking about re-writing, or revising or re-conceptualizing, since I released what in essence was a penultimate draft (Getting […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 182 (Part D)

Reflections on Lent… The final ski results… The Awards Banquet was held on Sunday evening and among the moments of good beer and then wine and then bubbly, time was allotted to celebrate various skill sets that were exhibited on the hill at one time or another or many times. Here are the various winners.. […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 182 (Part C)

Reflections on Lent… Travel to Visit a Grandson… Leaving the warmth of the southern USA for Montreal was inspired primarily by the opportunity to visit my youngest Grandson who was playing Junior hockey in New England… After landing at YUL I made my way by rental car to Burlington, Vermont (not a pickup this time […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 182 (B)

Reflections on Lent… Travel to Conferences! Once again this winter I was able to take in two of my favourite conferences – one related to my professional life, the other to my interest in the evolving world of church and theology… The professional conference, the Association of Practical & Professional Ethics (APPE), was held in […]

The Epistle of Q — Chapter 182 (Part A)

Reflections on Lent… Music heard and missed! It’s been awhile and because there is quite a bit to catch up on, I will try to brief with each segment of this Chapter… During Lent there often is not a great deal of music to be heard until near Palm Sunday. I was fortunate this year. […]