Ezekiel 33: 1-11

Quick Locator

ReadingsRelated PagesResourcesInformation
Last Updated
39 minutes ago
Last Checked
last Monday, 10:16 am

New Resources

  • Common Sense

    by Tommy Airey
    Rush Limbaugh died last week. When I heard the news, it took me back thirty years. During the Fall of my senior year in high school, I went on a weekend road trip from Orange County to Berkeley to surprise one of my best friends at college. I drove up with his dad. We parked a block from the hippies and unhoused on Telegraph Avenue. When my friend came down from his dorm room, I was hiding in the trunk of the car. His dad handed him the keys to open the trunk. I scared the living tar out of him. I will never forget the look on his face. I will also never forget stopping at In-n-Out Burger three times during our drive up. And I will never forget listening to Rush Limbaugh for three straight hours through the most boring stretch of the 5, plowing past towns like Buttonwillow, Lost Hills and Los Banos. Spanish for “the bathrooms.” Plural and Providential. What we needed for all that bullshit blaring through the speakers...
  • Proper 18A (2020)

    by C. L. Crouch
  • Exegesis (Ezekiel 33:7-11)

    by Richard Donovan
  • Proper 18A (2020)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 18A (2020)

    by Alicia McClintic
  • Pornography and the Sacred

    by Ron Rolheiser, OMI

Resources from 2017 to 2019

Resources from 2014 to 2016

Resources from the Archives