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Chicago Radio Host Asks Lynch, "Why Are You So Angry?"

A radio host in Chicago asked Marshawn Lynch today, "Why are you so angry?" Mark Kurowski, a guest host for the one hour daily radio program, "The Winds of Change" asked the question in the final segment of the program. (Audio below)

In the segment, Kurowski, a life long Cub fan, was reflecting on the example that Ernie Banks, the Cubs' legend, left for him, "a poor white boy from South Bend, IN."  Kurowski said that Banks, Larry Doby, Jackie Robinson were given platforms and showed the world how to be gracious under unjust pressure.  Kurowski went on to say that regardless if a person wants to be a role model, they are.


Turnaround: A Reflection on Mark 1:14-20

Homeless Woman

By Mark Kurowski

#Turnaround is the reflection for January 25, 2015. How do we be nice, interact with the homeless, just be all around better? Find out more by listening to the reflection.  It may change your priorities. #MSAWordfortheDay #MySpiritualAdvisor #Sermon #Homily #Priorities #KingdomofGod


(A free stock photo of a homeless person was used above. The photo was chosen specifically because the face of the individual is not shown.)


Thank You, Veronica Partridge, for Not Wearing Yoga Pants

Thank you, Veronica Partridge for not wearing Yoga pants in public.  The Huffington Post reported that you stopped wearing Yoga pants, save behind closed doors for your husband to enjoy, because you didn't want to be a temptation to others. (see the article on HuffPo here.)  I heartily support your decision for three reasons: humans were created to be sexual beings, I want to be a holy man and it is very difficult these days, and we ought to have more respect for our bodies than what we do.

Christians believe that we have an awesome God because he made sex so fun. 


Duke University Should Not Have Call for Muslim Prayer

Although I love my Muslim brothers and sisters, love my Divinity School, I am glad that Duke University came to its senses to not have a Muslim call to prayer from the tower of Duke University's Chapel. This may seem strange for someone whose most recent position was at a University where I worked to foster interfaith/interreligious understanding, service, dialogue and mysticism. I was even in favor of allowing Muslims to pray in a space called the "Annex" in the very very back of our odd situation of a chapel in a Catholic University. Why would I object?

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