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AColyte April 17, 2020 A Journal of Faith, Doubt, and Other Things at Austin College Peas, Bee, with Ewe TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN… Day 32 of the RooMote Situation 200 days before the Presidential election In a room where the doors are locked Thinking I probably shouldn’t have any…

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Austin College Service of Worship for Easter Night April 12, 2020 NOTES for remote participants: THANK YOU for joining us.As you worship from home, please prepare communion elements (bread and wine or grape juice) if you plan to participate in the Sacrament.Individual students will lead the various parts of the…

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This is just a weird time TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN… Behind a Mask Among the Butterflies In the middle of Holy Week April 2020 Wear… face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) –The Centers for Disease Control…

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EXILE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN… Still in the Chapel Still Trying to Get My Bearings Still Thinking about Old Songs April 2020 It seems to me At a time like this Only silence can say what is real. And crying Don’t even come close To the way that I…

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN… Tapping my foot in the newly-renovated Wynne Chapel Later in March 2020 Ernestine and Hazel say, “Tomorrow’s just another day.” The Mississippi River keeps on rollin’. And we all have to learn the way To leave our burdens where they lay And find a way…

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Yep. That’s about right. I’ve got a Coronavirus Playlist working. I keep getting reminded of particular lines from particular songs. It’s the World’s Gone Crazy Cotillion The ladies are dancing alone ‘Cause the sidemen all want to be front men And the front men all want to go home. –Waylon…

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Welcome to The AColyte blog.  This journal is intended to provide a forum for the Austin College community to discuss theological issues and keep up with what’s going on in our various Religious Life programs.  We operate with a fairly broad definition of theology around here.  As far as we’re…

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