Publications

I’ve published a number of things over the years, but none of them made me as happy as when I had the honor of having The Last Word in UU World magazine (above).  I can’t complain that I’ve never had the last word on anything, because now I have!

Novel

Apocryphile Press of Berkeley, CA published my first novel in 2017.  You can learn more about Saint Somebody Central Catholic here.

Magazines, Journals, and Newspapers

Over the years I have published the articles below in various journals, periodicals and newspapers. Click the link to read and/or download a PDF file of the article.

Keep the Faith: I am one of a number of faith leaders who contribute to a regular column in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette newspaper.

Review of The Annotated Autobiography of Adin Ballou, Lynn Gordon Hughes and Peter Hughes, eds. Journal of Unitarian Universalist History 2017 pp 151-153. 

The Third Way Home  Healing Ministry, Vol. 14, Number 1, Winter 2007

Taking Refuge , The Mindfulness Bell, Autumn 2007.

Be Not Afraid, Healing Ministry, Vol. 23, Number 2, Spring 2006

IRV Would Improve the Electoral Process Worcester Telegram & Gazette, October 4, 2004

A Sort of Homecoming, Worcester Magazine, July 2, 1997

Human Rights Ill Served by War, Fitchburg-Leominster Sentinel and Enterprise, February 17, 1991

Major Papers

Spiritual Direction as Missional Ministry  was my graduation project for my certification in spiritual direction.

Spiritual Direction as Missional Ministry

Unitarian Universalists and the Fight for God Talk: Speaking in Rainbow Tongues to a Red and Blue Country

Church Newsletter Columns

To read examples of newsletter columns, you can access current and back issues of The Good Shepherd, the weekly e-newsletter of Hopedale Unitarian Parish here

The Good News

I served as the Editor of the Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship newsletter and journal, The Good News 2011-2013. During my tenure we redesigned the print version of the publication and made it available online.

My Blog

I publish a blog on what it’s like to be an active contemplative Unitarian Universalist.  The Sunflower Chalice is home to my thoughts on spirituality, religion, Unitarian Universalism, politics and culture.

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