Monthly Archives: October, 2012

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Dear Friends, All Saints and Sorts has now grown to over 80 people and we have received our first person from New Guinea. As of today we are represented not only in the North and South America but also in Europe, India, and the Pacific as well as in Africa. We have folkes from many …

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Halloweens Past


Recollection of Halloween Past. When I was a wee lad the only people who went trick or treating were children. There were no teenagers and certainly no adults tramping along the highway or city streets and the only bags we had were old Winn Dixie or A&P grocery bags our Mom’s had saved for that …

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Trump the Donald


Hi, I signed a petition to Donald Trump, Chairman and President of the Trump Organization which says: “Donate the $5 million you used in your publicity stunt against President Obama to the Red Cross for disaster relief.” Will you sign this petition? Click here: http://signon.org/sign/tell-that-blowhard-donald?source=s.icn.em.mt&r_by=186242 Thanks!

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Vigil of All Saints or All Hallows Eve


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No aid for Republican storm victims


I think that all those Tea Party Nutcases along with all the other Republican supporters of Mitt and Ryan should not be allowed ANY government assistance during or following Sandy since they do not believe in government assistance and since old Mitt said that the US government had no role in helping victims! According to …

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Today’s October 30th Readings A Tree that Welcomes All


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Global Warming and Belief


Remember all the folkes in the storm path. Even Asheville is under winter storm warning which is almost unheard of this early ever. But still there are those who refuse to believe in Global Warming. As Jesus said even if there be one raised from the dead there would still be those that wont believe!

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Today’s October 29th Readings


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Reformation Sunday


Tomorrow for Protestants, and others who observe it, is Reformation Sunday. A day when we celebrate a rather grumpy depressed and frustrated Augustian monk who nonetheless had a sense of earthy humor that nailed his thesis on the collective butt of the Roman Church. Luther was a product of his time and sadly his anti-Semitic …

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Sunday Sabbath October 28th Readings


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