Fifth Sunday of Easter, May 14, 2017

I’ve been training as a psychoanalytical therapist for a few years now and I find it interesting that most theorist believed that from the moment we become infant we are working out our dependence and separateness from our good enough mother or whoever our primary care-giver was. If that person is now deceased, we have […]

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The Road to Emmaus – April 30, 2017

Easter 3 – The Road to Emmaus – April 30, 2017 Can we see things when they are right in front of our faces? Can we recognize goodness and love when it speaks to us? Would we know Jesus, would we know God, if God met us in the street, at our job, or in […]

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The Great Vigil of Easter – April 15, 2017 The Rev. Debra Slade Doesn’t every kid love the two great holidays of Christmas and Easter? Going to bed and waking up to presents brought by an old man in a red suit, and a rabbit. Easter and Christmas, as now, were always busy as one […]

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The Man Born Blind – March 26, 2017

Taking A Disabled Theology Perspective of John Nine — The Man Born Blind – The Rev. Debra Slade, March 26, 2017 When I was a young professor at Columbia Law School in my 20’s, I thought I had the world by the tail, as they say — an apartment on NY’s West Side, engaged to […]

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