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Bending the speed of life – The Boston Globe

Here’s a worth-your-time reflection on life, the grace of a person, and the passage of time . . .

Bending the speed of life – The Boston Globe.

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A native of the North Shore of Boston, I currently live on Long Island, New York. I worked at Boston College as the Acting Director of The Church in the 21st Century Center until August, 2010 and served until November 2016 as Canon for Formation, and Dean of the George Mercer Jr. School of Theology of the Diocese of Long Island. I am now Rector at the Church of Saint Anselm of Canterbury in Shoreham, New York.

One thought on “Bending the speed of life – The Boston Globe

  1. My favorite gift from this Christmas was a Sony ‘photoplayer’ into which my son and daughter-in-law had scanned pictures from a family album that goes back to my grandparents wedding photo from 1899. It is possible to focus on a picture of a person in one decade and it will identify it from its memory of that face in another decade. So we don’t change much, apparently, under the wrinkles and hair color.

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