Monthly Archives: June 2016

Naboth is stoned!

A reflection on 1 Kings 21:1-21 And is it worth it to Ahab, quondam king of Israel to have the vineyard of Naboth? Is he happy with his ill gotten gains? We may smile at the telling of this story … Continue reading

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Why’s the glass always half empty?

This coming Sunday’s  first reading (I Kings 17: 8-24) evoked for me the scenes of the 1948 movie, “I remember Mama.” Based on a novel by Kathryn Forbes, titled “Mama’s Bank Account,” the movie was about the trials and tribulations of … Continue reading

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