House for All Sinners and Saints

  • House for All Sinners and Saints
    I am the mission developer for House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, Colorado. We are an urban liturgical community with a progressive yet deeply rooted theological imagination. Check out our site for more info.

Cafe Press store for HFASS merch

  • Buy House for All Sinners and Saints stuff!
    You can go to our Cafe Press store and buy t-shirts and other stuff with out Parchment with a nail at the top logo on the front - and "radical protestants; nailing sh*t to the church door since 1517" on the back.
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books and magazines i dig



  • Chris Enstad
    The blog of a dad, husband, Lutheran pastor, emerging, failing, conversing, confessing.
  • Ian Mobsby
    Ian is the Anglican Priest at Moot in London.
  • Matt Stone
    This is a great blog from Down Under which explores Christianity and religious pluralism
  • Luther Punk
    Like Ward Cleaver with tattoos
  • Ian Adams
    Ian is the priest of the MayBe community in Oxford...I think he's pretty stinkin' cool.
  • Rachael
    cool chick...check her out
  • MayBe
    This is a great emerging church community we spent time with in Oxford. Their website is well worth a look, especially the page "the spirit of MayBe"
  • Mad Priest
    If I'm the Sarcastic Lutheran, he's certainly the Sarcastic Anglican...
  • Steve Collins
    Steve's an interesting and articulate emerging church brit.
  • The Mercy Seat
    This is a really groovey new church plant in NorthEast Minneapolis, amazing jazz liturgy. Their website is well worth checking out

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I'm not sure finding must necessarily mean to stop looking. As one who have come to faith in adult years, I must agree with you and say that my searching continues and I continually find more and more, but the searching has changed from a searching for God to a searching in God, and that is a major difference.

I like that distinction of "searching in God" thank you.

Fulton J. was the 1950s Catholic version of a televangelist. He sat, in full episcopal robes, pectoral cross and biretta, and declaimed on topics for TV. I am not surprised his theology is questionable; his show was one of the few my parents did not feel was communist.

Terri - you are once again a very useful source of information. Oh the derth of un-communist television programing in the 1950's! The list of God-forsaken red commie bastards is too long to print but certainly includes: Leave it to Beaver, Ozzie and Harriet, The Lone Ranger...

Yes, indeed. I think that "Gene Autry" was non-Communist at least for awhile, but all Warner Bros. cartoons were suspect at our house. Paranoia can be fun. Better be dead than Red, you know.

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