Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Awakening in the New Year

Which is more difficult, to awaken one who sleeps or to awaken one who, awake, dreams that he is awake? Soren Kierkegaard Some weeks ago I reflected on our American Thanksgiving tradition of civic proclamations of corporate repentance for our sins and gratitude … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving retrospective

Reflections on Civic Religion – public expressions of national faith in God This year’s pandemic transformed holiday traditions have attempted to replace physical with virtual presence to mitigate the spread of the COVID virus. Perhaps those adapted to the virtual … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving…and a note from St. Hilary

There is so much for which we are grateful today: our families, our friends, our faith, and for all those who have inspired us and encouraged our efforts. We thank God for such blessings and we thank you for your … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks

Happiness doesn’t lead to gratitude; it’s gratitude that leads to happiness. Gratitude is less measured by how pleased we are with the blessings we have received and more by how much we love those from whom we have received them … Continue reading

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