GREELEY, DANA McLEAN. PAPERS, 1925-1986, bMS 130.

SECTION I.  PRIVATE PAPERS: SERMONS, LECTURES, AND TALKS

1975-1986

 

1975

   

bMS 130/49 (28)

Remarks for Schweitzer Centennial. Concord. January 5, 1975. (Includes Homer Jack's sermonette "The Permanent Schweitzer".)

bMS 130/49 (29)

"The Restoration of Confidence." Concord. January 12, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (30)

"A Bit of History, and Where Do We Go from Here?" Concord. January 26, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (31)

Introduction for UUA tapes on Emerson and Thoreau. January 28, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (32)

Remarks for kick-off for Social Circle Discussion. January 29, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (33)

"We Are Not Divided." Concord. February 2, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (34)

"The Religion of the Founding Fathers." Concord. February 9, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (35)

"Puritanism and Libertinism." Concord. February 23, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (36)

"The Minister's Role and the Layman's." Concord. March 2, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (37)

"What Are Our Priorities?" Concord. March 9, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (38)

"The Ethics of Patriotism." Concord. March 16, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (39)

No title. Concord. March 23, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (40)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. March 27, 1975.

bMS 130/49 (41)

Prayer at Restoration of Minuteman Statue. Concord. March 29, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (1)

"Resurrection Here and Now!" Concord. March 30, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (2)

"Our Heritage and Our Future." Lexington, Mass. April 7, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (3)

Remarks for Ecumenical Bicentennial Service. Concord. April 13, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (4)

"The Bicentennial Challenge to Us." Concord Rotary. April 17, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (5)

Prayers for Bicentennial Celebrations. April 19, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (6)

"Memory and Hope—A Bicentennial Sermon." Concord. April 20, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (7)

Remarks for 150th Anniversary of the AUA. Leominster, Mass. April 27, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (8)

Remarks for Rotary Bicentennial Student Forum. Concord. April 30, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (9)

Prayer for dedication of memorial to Rev. William Emerson. Rutland, Vt. May 3, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (10)

"What Is Humanness?" Concord. May 4, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (11)

"Our Commitment to the Future." Concord. May 18, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (12)

"Our Heritage and Hope—A Sesquicentennial Sermon." Arlington St. Church. May 25, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (13)

Remarks at the 40th Wedding Anniversary of Al and Jan Webster. June 7, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (14)

"Creative Worship from a Traditional Point of View." Concord. June 8, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (15)

"Reluctant Radicalism! A Sermon on Channing." Concord. June 15, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (16)

Remarks for Hymn Service. Concord. June 22, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (17)

"God and the Modern World." General Assembly, Minneapolis. June 25, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (18)

"Jefferson." July 6, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (19)

"The Need for Hope." Concord. July 20, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (20)

"The Spirit of '76." U.S. Armed Services Bicentennial Caravan Welcoming Ceremony. Concord. July 22, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (21)

"To Feed the Soul." Concord. July 27, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (22)

Remarks on Bernard Davis. Summer Conference of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science. Star Island. July 28, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (23)

"The First Person Plural." King's Chapel. August 31, 1975. (See text Nov. 10, 1974.)

bMS 130/50 (24)

"Religion Is Not Obsolete." Concord. September 14, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (25)

"Unity in Diversity." Concord. September 21, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (26)

"Education—A Temptation to Excellence." Concord. October 5, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (27)

Remarks for Harvard-in-Concord Program. October 5, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (28)

"Have We Kept the Faith?" Debate with Wallace Robbins for AUA Sesquicentennial. Weston, Mass. October 7, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (29)

"The United Nations, World Peace, and You and I." Concord. October 18, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (30)

No title. Quincy, Mass. October 19, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (31)

"Vision and Courage for These Times." Concord. November 2, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (32)

"Religion Is Not Obsolete." Cambridge, Mass. November 9, 1975. (See text Sept. 14, 1975.)

 

bMS 130/50 (33)

"The Sowing and the Harvest." Concord. November 23, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (34)

"Can We Define Our Faith?" Concord. December 7, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (35)

"If Jesus Had Never Lived." Concord. December 21, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (36)

"The Relevance of Women's Liberation." Concord. December 28, 1975.

bMS 130/50 (37)

"Are We Ready for 1976?" Lexington Rotary. December 29, 1975.

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1976

bMS 130/51 (1)

"To Feed the Soul." Woburn, Mass. January 4, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (2)

"Is Christianity Superior to Other World Religions?" Concord. January 11, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (3)

"The Sacredness of Life, from Dr. Schweitzer to Dr. Edelin." Concord. January 18, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (4)

Remarks for Ministers' meeting. Winchester. January 19, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (5)

"Our Membership and Mission." Concord. January 25, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (6)

"The Religion and Politics of Washington and Lincoln." Concord. February 8, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (7)

"The Religion and Politics of Washington and Lincoln" (with revisions). All Souls', Washington, D.C. February 29, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (8)

"Ethics, Social and Personal, After Watergate and for Tomorrow." Concord. March 7, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (9)

"Our Heritage and Our Hopes." Devon, Pa. March 12, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (10)

"Must We Be Lonely and Sociable?" Concord. March 14, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (11)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 26, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (12)

"Is the Church a Priority?" Concord. March 28, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (13)

"A Reply to Billy Graham." Concord. April 4, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (14)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. April 15, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (15)

"Life Is Eternal." Concord. April 18, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (16)

Merriam's Corner Prayer. Concord. April 19, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (17)

"What Kind of a President Do We Want?" Concord. April 25, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (18)

"Pessimism or Optimism?" Concord, May 9, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (19)

"Flower Power." Concord. May 16, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (20)

"For the Future." Church Dedication. Reston, Va. May 16, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (21)

"The First Person Plural." May 23, 1976. (See text March 10, 1974.)

bMS 130/51 (22)

"Emerson, the Man." Concord. May 30, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (23)

"Overcoming the Generation Gap." Children's Sunday. Concord. June 6, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (24)

"Can Religion Be Relevant?" Concord. June 20, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (25)

"The Best Use of the Bicentennial." Concord. July 4, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (26)

"The Value of Independent Thought in the American Mind." Re-opening of the Concord School of Philosophy. July 7, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (27)

No title. Thoreau Service. Concord. July 11, 1976. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/51 (28)

"Can Religion Be Relevant?" Kennebunk, Me. July 18, 1976. (See text June 20, 1976.)

bMS 130/51 (29)

"Must We Be Lonely and Sociable?" Little Boar's Head, N.H. August 1, 1976. (See text March 14, 1976.)

bMS 130/51 (30)

"On Emerson." For Concord Historical Guides. Concord. August 2, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (31)

"Rekindling the Flame." (On the Olympics.) Concord. August 8, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (32)

"Remembrance and Renewal." Duxbury. August 22, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (33)

"Has Liberal Religion a Future?" Concord. September 19, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (34)

"Why Have a Sunday School?" Concord. September 26, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (35)

"God and Country and Carter and Ford." Concord. October 3, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (36)

"Retrospect and Prospect." Concord, N.H. Sesquicentennial. October 10, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (37)

"Superstition, Sin, and the Prophet." Concord. October 17, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (38)

"United Nations Sunday." October 24, 1976.

bMS 130/51 (39)

Greetings and remarks. Ecumenical Sunday. October 31, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (1)

"What Liberal Religion Means to Me, in Part a Personal Odyssey." Concord. November 7, 1976.

bMS 130/52  (2)

Remarks at Bicentennial Jefferson Dramatic Service. Concord. November 14, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (3)

Chapel Service. 25 Beacon St. November 16, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (4)

"They Were Thankful! Are We?" Concord. November 21, 1975.

bMS 130/52 (5)

Greetings and Benediction. Union Thanksgiving Service, Concord. November 24, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (6)

Remarks for Gil Phillips Farewell. Belmont. December 5, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (7)

"Worldwide Liberal Religion." Fredericton, New Brunswick. December 12, 1976. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/52 (8)

"The Man from Galilee." Concord. December 19, 1976.

bMS 130/52 (9)

"Some Carols and Hymns, Their Authors and Messages." Concord. December 26, 1976.

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1977

bMS 130/52 (10)

"Can We Still Dream and Plan?" Concord. January 2, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (11)

"Is Religion Really Universal? Many Faiths, But One Religion." Concord. January 16, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (12)

"Who Was Martin Luther?" Concord. January 23, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (13)

"Can We Have Both Competence and Morality?" Concord. January 30, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (14)

"Is Violence Necessary?" Concord. February 7, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (15)

Spring Discussion Series. Concord.
"Asia Speaks for Herself: A Report from Singapore." February 7, 1977.
"Is Peace Possible?" February 13, 1977.
"Church Government and Religious Leader-ship." February 20, 1977.
"Church Finance." February 27, 1977.
"Belief in God: Is It Real? Does It Matter?" March 6, 1977.
"Are We a Decadent Civilization?" March 20, 1977.
"A Close Look at Some Unitarian Universalist History." March 27, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (16A)

The Meaning of Prayer. February 27, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (16B)

"Religion Is Not a Luxury." Concord. March 12, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (17A)

"If I Were Seventeen - or Seventy-Seven!" March 27, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (17B)

"Religion and Justice." Concord. April 3, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (18)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. April 7, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (19)

"Easter for Today!" Concord. April 10, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (20)

"Can We Have Both Competence and Morality?" Harvard, Mass. April 14, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (21)

No title. Christian Fellowship and IARF Conference. April 19, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (22)

Remarks for Chelmsford Boat People Dinner. April 24, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (23)

Remarks for World Federalist-New Directions Dinner. Boston. April 26, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (24)

"Religion Is Personal and Social." Concord. May 1, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (25)

"The Hub: A Message to Boston and Its Suburbs." May 1, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (26)

Farewell remarks for Patrick Green. Concord. May 8, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (27)

No title. Melrose, Mass. May 13, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (28)

"Can Boston Be Saved?" Concord. May 15, 1977. (Includes article for Boston Globe.) File 1. 

bMS 130/52 (29)

Same as above. File 2.

bMS 130/52 (30)

"Human Rights." Concord. May 22, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (31)

"How Can We Be Patient?" Concord. May 29, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (32)

Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School Commencement Address. Waltham, Mass. June 4, 1977.

bMS 130/52 (33)

"Flower Power and Children Power." Concord. June 5, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (1)

"Vanity versus Altruism." Concord. June 12, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (2)

"The Past and the Future." Concord. June 19, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (3)

"Charles W. Wendte and the IARF." Ithaca, N.Y. June 25, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (4)

No title. Ithaca. July 3, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (5)

"Vanity versus Altruism." Milton, Mass. July 17, 1977. (See text June 12, 1977.)

bMS 130/53 (6)

"Vanity versus Altruism." King's Chapel. July 24, 1977. (See text June 12, 1977.)

bMS 130/53 (7)

"Vanity versus Altruism." Kennebunk, Maine. July 31, 1977. (See text June 12, 1977.)

bMS 130/53 (8)

"Above the Barriers of Creeds." 100th Anniversary, Little Boar's Head, N.H. August 7, 1977. File 1.

bMS 130/53 (9)

"Above the Barriers of Creeds." File 2.

bMS 130/53 (10)

"What Do We Believe, and What Can We Do?" Concord. September 18, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (11)

"Transcendentalism for Today." Concord. September 25, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (12)

"Social Responsibility or Our Neighbors and Ourselves." Concord. October 2, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (13)

Prayer. Concord. October 9, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (14)

"Women in the Ministry." Concord. October 16, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (15)

Remarks for Dedham, Mass. Alliance. October 18, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (16)

"National Sovereignty or World Peace?" Concord. October 23, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (17)

"Reformation in the Church." Concord. October 30, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (18A)

Remarks for Boston Metropolitanization Group Meeting. Harvard Faculty Club. November 2, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (18B)

Service for Raymond Emerson, First Parish Church in Concord, October 31, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (19)

"Are There Just Two Kinds of People?" Concord. November 13, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (20)

"Thanksgiving Then and Now." Concord. November 20, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (21)

Remarks for 150th Anniversary. Saco-Biddeford Church, Maine. November 21, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (22)

Benediction. Thanksgiving Eve Community Service. St. Bernard's Church. Concord. November 23, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (23)

"Thanksgiving, Then and Now." Plymouth, Mass. November 24, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (24)

"Is It a Moral Universe? or The Problem of Evil." Concord. November 27, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (25)

"What Do We Believe, and What Can We Do?" Arlington, Va. December 4, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (26)

"Be Ye Lamps Unto Yourselves." Concord. December 11, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (27)

"Christmas and Children and Grownups." Concord. December 18, 1977.

bMS 130/53 (28)

"Can Even Christmas Survive?" Concord. December 25, 1977.

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1978

bMS 130/53 (29)

"Be It Resolved or Are We Lost?" Concord. January 1, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (30)

"Human Rights, Reconsidered." Concord. January 8, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (31)

"Do We Believe in Brotherhood?" (Includes remarks upon the death of Hubert Humphrey.) Baltimore, Md. January 15, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (32)

"The Establishment: Is It Good or Bad?" Concord. January 22, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (33)

"The Establishment: Is It Good or Bad?" Arlington St. Church. January 29, 1978. (See text January 22, 1978.)

bMS 130/53 (34)

"What Is Ecumenism?" Concord. February 5, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (35)

"What Do We Believe and What Can We Do?" Salem, Mass. February 19, 1978. (See text December 4, 1977.)

bMS 130/53 (36)

"On Unitarianism and the First Parish." Tri-Con Church. February 24, 1978.

bMS 130/53 (37)

"What Do We Believe and What Can We Do?" King's Chapel. February 26, 1978. (See text December 4, 1977.)

bMS 130/53 (38)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 10, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (1)

"Why a Liberal Church?" Concord. March 12, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (2)

"Success and Failure." Concord. March 19, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (3)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. March 23, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (4)

"Agnosticism and Belief." Concord. March 26, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (5)

"A Layman's Religion." Concord. April 2, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (6)

"Ecumenism." New England Deaconess Assoc. Rivercrest. April 9, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (7)

Prayer. Merriam's Corner. April 15, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (8)

"Our Debt to the Children of Israel." Concord. April 16, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (9)

"Our Debt to the Children of Israel." All Souls', Washington, D.C. April 23, 1978. (See text April 16, 1978.)

bMS 130/54 (10)

"Are We Really Christians?" Concord. April 30, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (11)

"Overcoming Our Selfishness." Concord. May 7, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (12)

"The Rainbow and the Cloud." Concord. May 14, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (13)

"Emerson, the Man and the Minister." Concord. May 21, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (14)

Remarks for Daniel Hotchkiss's Farewell Service. Concord. May 28, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (15)

Memorial Day Prayers. Concord. May 29, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (16)

Prayer. Union Service of the Portland Council of UU Churches. Ferry Beach. June 11, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (17)

Prayer for Human Rights Sunday. July 2, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (18)

"Are There Only Two Kinds of People?" Salem, Mass. July 23, 1978. (See text November 13, 1977.)

bMS 130/54 (19)

"Are There Only Two Kinds of People?" August 13, 1978. (See text November 13, 1977.)

bMS 130/54 (20)

"A Report from Oxford." Concord. August 27, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (21)

"Looking Ahead." A sermonette for James Robinson's first Sunday. Concord. September 10, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (22)

"The Challenge to the Church Today." Concord. September 17, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (23)

"Was Solzhenitsyn Half Right?" Concord. September 24, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (24)

"So the Problems with METCO Are Real!" Concord. October 1, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (25)

"Religion Is Personal." Concord. October 15, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (26)

"Communism, Christianity and Islam." Concord. October 22, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (27)

"The Merger." Adult Education, Concord. October 29, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (28)

Remarks on being a minister. Sunday School Lesson. Concord. November 5, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (29)

"Some Thoughts on Violence and War." Concord. November 5, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (30)

"What Is Left of the Pilgrim Spirit?" Concord. November 19, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (31)

"We Have One of the Highest Flagpoles!" Concord. December 3, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (32)

"Are There Just Two Kinds of People?" Arlington, Mass. December 10, 1978. (See text November 13, 1977.)

bMS 130/54 (33)

"God, or the Ground of Our Being." Concord. December 17, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (34)

"A Little Child Shall Lead Them." Concord. December 24, 1978.

bMS 130/54 (35)

"Ring Out the Old, Ring in the New." Concord. December 31, 1978.

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1979

bMS 130/54 (36)

"Niwano and U Thant." Concord. January 7, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (37)

"Religion Is Personal." Lynn-Swampscott, Mass. January 14, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (38A)

"What Are the Limits of Tolerance?" Concord. January 21, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (38B)

"On the Lord's Prayer" Concord. January 28, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (39)

"Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly." Boy Scout Sunday, Concord. February 5, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (40)

"The Rainbow and the Cloud." Rivercrest. February 11, 1979.

bMS 130/54 (41)

"Why Separation of Church and State?" Concord. February 16, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (1)

"Why Northern Ireland and Jerusalem Are Our Business." Concord. February 25, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (2)

"What This Church Means to Me!" Concord. March 11, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (3)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 16, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (4)

"What Kinds of Courage Are There?" Concord. March 18, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (5)

Remarks for Paul Carnes. Mass. Bay Ministers and Mates. March 29, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (6)

No titles. 100th Anniversary and radio program. Madison, Wis. March 29-31, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (7A)

"No Fooling, Is Religion in Trouble?" Concord. April 1, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (7B)

"Channing's Relevance for Today" Channing Memorial Church, Newport, Rhode Island. April 8, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (8)

Maundy Thursday. April 12, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (9)

"O Day of Light and Gladness!" Concord. April 15, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (10)

"After the North Bridge: Are We Still for Freedom? For Whom?" Concord. April 22, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (11)

Prayer. Merriam's Corner. April, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (12)

"The Sound of Silence, and the Meaning of Communication." Concord. April 29, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (13)

"Lessons from the Lives of Six Unitarian Women." Concord. May 6, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (14)

"I Look for the Hour." Dr. Frank Schulman's 25th Anniversary. Houston. May 13, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (15)

Remarks for Theodore Parker Service. May 20, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (16)

"Patience and Impatience." Concord. May 27, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (17)

"The Ideal Community." Concord. June 3, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (18)

No title. Ferry Beach. June 10, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (19)

"Adams and Jefferson." Concord. June 24, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (20A)

"Thoreau's Grandparents." Thoreau Society, Concord. July 14, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (20B)

"Being Imaginative, Bold and Persistent" Welcoming address at Princeton, World Conference on Religion and Peace. August 29, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (21A)

"Doom or Renaissance?" Concord. September 16, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (21B)

"On WCRP" Concord. September 23, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (22A)

Remarks for 250th Anniversary. Arlington St. Church. September 30, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (22B)

"A Report from Princeton: World Peace and Disarmament" Concord. September 30, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (23)

"My Belief in God." Concord. October 7, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (24)

Sermonette for Mass. Bay District Fall Conference. Concord. October 13, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (25)

"Doom or Renaissance?" Sherborn. October 14, 1979. (See text September 16, 1979.)

bMS 130/55 (26)

"The Threefold Function of Religion." Concord. October 21, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (27)

Remarks for Boston Luncheon Group. October 29, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (28)

"Our Message, Yesterday and Today!" Concord. November 4, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (29)

Remarks for UUSC Boston 40th Anniversary. November 9, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (30)

"Is Liberalism Still a Virtue? and How Liberal Are We?" Concord. November 10, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (31)

Remarks for Program on Social Action and Social Reform. WPA. November 19, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (32)

Invocation. Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Concord. November 20, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (33)

"The Threefold Function of Religion." Lexington, Mass. November 25, 1979. (See text October 21, 1979.)

bMS 130/55 (34)

"Can I Be a Christian, a Universalist, and a Humanist at the Same Time?" Concord. December 9. 1979.

bMS 130/55 (35)

"Can We Achieve or Practice Unlimited Compassion?" Concord. December 16, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (36)

Prayer. Concord. December 23, 1979.

bMS 130/55 (37)

"Facing the Next Decade." Concord. December 30, 1979.

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1980

bMS 130/55 (38)

Remarks for Martin Luther King Observance. Concord. January 13, 1980.

bMS 130/55 (39)

"The Meaning of Church Membership." Concord. January 20, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (1A)

"Salvation by Character." Concord. January 27, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (1B)

"On Channing" for Harvard Magazine. January 28, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (2A)

"Salvation by Character." Duxbury, Mass. February 3, 1980. (See text January 27, 1980.)

bMS 130/56 (2B)

"The Religion of Abraham Lincoln" Concord. February 10, 1980. (See text January 27, 1980.)

bMS 130/56 (3)

"School Prayer." The Patriot. February 12, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (4)

"Patience and Impatience." New England Deaconess Assoc. February 17, 1980. (See text May 27, 1979.)

bMS 130/56 (5)

"Is Our Democracy Still Viable?" Concord. February 24, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (6)

"Islam and Christianity." Concord. March 2, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (7)

"Money Matters." Concord. March 9, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (8)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 14, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (9)

"On the U.N." Buffalo Rotary Club Meeting. March 20, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (10)

"Is Our Democracy Still Viable?" All Souls', Washington, D.C. March 23, 1980. (See text February 24, 1980.)

bMS 130/56 (11)

"Hope Springs Eternal." Concord. March 30, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (12)

"Forward Together." 350th Anniversary, First Parish. Dorchester, Mass. March 30, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (13)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. April 3, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (14)

"That We Might Have Life." Concord. April 6, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (15)

Remarks for Channing Bicentennial Service. Concord. April 13, 1980. File 1.

bMS 130/56 (16)

Remarks for Channing Bicentennial. File 2.

bMS 130/56 (17)

"These Are the Patriots Nations Need." Concord. April 20, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (18)

"Facing the Next Decade." Ft. Lauderdale. April 26-27, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (19)

"Whose Rights?" Concord. May 4, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (20)

"Climate for Freedom." Forum on Crime Prevention. Concord. May 8, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (21)

"Mothers Are Women." Concord. May 11, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (22A)

"Channing, the Morning Star." Concord. May 25, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (22B)

For Channing Bicentennial and N.E.A.R. Arlington Street Church. May 25, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (23)

Prayers for Memorial Day. May 26-30, 1980. (See Memorial Day, 1981.)

bMS 130/56 (24)

Invocation and benediction. Eagle Court of Honor. May 27, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (25)

"Report on Thailand." Ferry Beach. June 9, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (26)

Remarks at Annual Meeting. Concord. June 9, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (27)

"Report on Thailand." June 11, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (28)

"Concord and Albuquerque." Concord. June 22, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (29)

"One Less Bomb." Concord. July 4, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (30)

Remarks at farewell dinner for Carmen Bartlett. Concord. July 7, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (31)

"Thoreau and His Worldwide Influence." Thoreau Society, Concord. July 12, 1980. File 1.

bMS 130/56 (32)

"Thoreau and His Influence." File 2.

bMS 130/56 (33)

Invocation. Thoreau Anniversary Service. Concord. July 13, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (34)

"The Church and the World or The Victorian Age to 1980." Concord. July 20, 1980.

bMS 130/56 (35)

"Can We Achieve or Practice Compassion?" Georgetown. August 10, 1980. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/57 (1)

"Can We Achieve Unlimited Compassion?" Kennebunk, Me. August 24, 1980. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/57 (2)

"Can We Achieve Unlimited Compassion?" Little Boar's Head, N.H. August, 1980. (See text December 19, 1979.)

bMS 130/57 (3)

"Religion Is Not Obsolete." Concord. September 14, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (4)

"What Is a Religious Education—for Children and Adults?" Concord. September 28, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (5)

"I Am an American and a Citizen of the World." Concord. October 5, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (6)

"Faith Without Works Is Dead." Concord. October 12, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (7)

"Works Without Faith Are Futile." Concord. October 19, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (8)

"Acorns." Sunday School story. Concord. October 20, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (9)

"Liberal Religion Yesterday and Today." Bangor, Maine. October 26, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (10)

Invocation. Annual Convocation of American Chest Surgeons. Boston. October 29, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (11)

"Why I Am a Unitarian Universalist." Concord. November 2, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (12)

Remarks for Ecumenical Supper. Concord. November 7, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (13)

"An Extremist Sermon: I Am Against Murder." Concord. November 9, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (14)

"Liberal Religion, Yesterday and Today." Falmouth, Mass. November 16, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (15)

"How Grateful Are We?" Concord. November 23, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (16)

"Liberal Religion, Yesterday and Today." Worcester, Mass. December 7, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (17)

"We Are an Endangered Species." Concord. December 14, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (18)

"The Light of the World." Concord. December 21, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (19)

"Our Christian Heritage and Emphasis." Concord. December 28, 1980.

bMS 130/57 (20)

Remarks for Watchnight Service. Concord. December 31, 1980.

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1981

bMS 130/57 (21)

"Our Humanistic Heritage and Emphasis." Concord. January 4, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (22)

"Our Universalist Heritage and Emphasis." Concord. January 18, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (23)

Responsive reading for the return of the hostages. Concord. January 25, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (24)

"Some Concepts of God, and Our Own." Concord. February 1, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (25)

"What Do We Mean by Equal Rights?" Concord. February 8, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (26)

Children's message. Wakefield, Mass. February 15, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (27)

Remarks for Concord Clergy and Laity. February 20, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (28)

Remarks for 100th Birthday Celebration for Lawrence Brooks. Medford, Mass. February 21, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (29)

"The Values of the Founding Fathers." Concord. February 22, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (30)

"We Have a History." WPA, Concord. February 23, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (31)

"Secularism, Fundamentalism, and a Third Alternative!" Concord. March 1, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (32)

"If the Trumpet Give an Uncertain Sound." Concord. March 8, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (33)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 13, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (34)

"Can We Achieve Unlimited Compassion?" New England Deaconess Assoc. March 15, 1981. (See text December 16, 1979.)

bMS 130/57 (35)

"On Thoreau." Tri-Con Church, Concord. March 27, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (36)

"Some History and Hope." Cluster Workshops. Huntsville, Ala. March 29, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (37)

"Our Response to the New Right and the Moral Majority." Boston. March 30, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (38)

"Our Odyssey." Mass. Bay Ministers. April 1, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (39)

"Louisa May Alcott." Concord. April 3, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (40)

"Laziness." Family Chapel. Concord. April 5, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (41)

"How Much Endurance Have We?" Concord. April 5, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (42)

Invocation and Benediction. Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Concord. April 5, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (43)

"Elizabeth Palmer Peabody." Concord. April 10, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (44)

"For Righteousness' Sake." Concord. April 12, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (45)

Remarks for Maundy Thursday. Concord. April 16, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (46)

"Do You Believe?" Concord. April 19, 1981.

bMS 130/57 (47)

Remarks for Anderson Jazz Concert. Concord. April 20, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (1)

Remarks for UUA Special Gifts Luncheon. Boston. April 29, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (2)

"We Are an Endangered Species." Arlington St. Church. May 3, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (3)

Remarks for Testimonial Dinner for Msgr. Edward Murray. Boston. May 5, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (4)

"Our Debt to Judaism." Concord. May 10, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (5)

"On the New Right." Adult Ed. Forum, Concord. May 10, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (6)

Remarks for Homer Jack's 65th Birthday Celebration. Boston. May 16, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (7)

Invocation. Rotary Club 50th Anniversary Dinner. Concord. May 21, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (8)

Remarks for Sunday Morning Forum. Concord. May 24, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (9)

"Our Debt to Catholicism." Concord. May 24, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (10)

Invocation and Dedication of Peter Bulkeley Terrace Housing. Concord. May 28, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (11)

Remarks for Memorial Service of the Harvard Class of 1931. Cambridge. June 3, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (12)

Annual Report. Concord. June 8, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (13)

"Reaffirming the First Amendment." Cambridge Forum, UUA General Assembly. June 14, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (14)

Paper on Ralph Waldo Emerson delivered before the Unitarian Historical Society. UUA General Assembly, Philadelphia. June 18, 1981. File 1.

bMS 130/58 (15)

Paper on Ralph Waldo Emerson. File 2.

bMS 130/58 (16)

Remarks for Talbot Pearson Citation. UUA General Assembly, Philadelphia. June 19, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (17)

Tribute to Jack and Joan Rice. June 20, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (18)

"Report on Philadelphia." Concord. June 21, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (19)

Remarks at North Bridge for the first Anniversary of One Less Bomb. Concord. July 4, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (20)

"How Things Have Changed! And Are Still the Same!" Concord. July 5, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (21)

"Thoreau." Concord Rotary Club. July 9, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (22)

"How Much Endurance Have We?" Concord. July 12, 1981. (See text April 5, 1981.)

bMS 130/58 (23)

"How Much Endurance Have We?" Little Boar's Head, N.H. July 19, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (24)

Tribute to Ray Hopkins. Ferry Beach, N.H. July 19, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (25)

"How Much Endurance Have We?" Georgetown, Maine. August 9, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (26)

"How Much Endurance Have We?" King's Chapel. August 16, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (27)

Remarks for 100th Anniversary. Hanska, Minn. (Includes tribute to John Gronner. Underwood, Minn.) August 23, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (28)

"Shoalers I Have Known." Star Island. September 1-4, 1981. (Also, candlelight service.) File 1.

bMS 130/58 (29)

"Shoalers I Have Known." File 2.

bMS 130/58 (30)

Remarks for Church Leaders' Conference. Senexet, Mass. September 5-6, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (31)

"Is the Church Really Important?" Concord. September 13, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (32)

Prayer for Church Dedication. Arlington, Mass. September 13, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (33)

"Money, Militarism, and Sex." Concord. September 20, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (34)

Remarks for WPA 100th Anniversary, and Tribute to Mrs. Greeley. Concord. September 21, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (35)

"On Religious Education." Teachers and Parents. Concord. October 6, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (36)

"I Thought I Was Going to Russia." Concord. October 11, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (37)

Remarks for Ministers and Mates Meeting. October 12, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (38)

"The United States and the United Nations." Concord. October 18, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (39)

"Our Women and Religion." Concord WPA. October 19, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (40)

"The Essence of Our Free Faith or Can We Define Our Unitarian Universalist Religion?" Concord. October 25, 1981.

bMS 130/58 (41)

"Emerson Speaks to Bellows." October 30, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (1)

"I Am Grateful." Concord. November 22, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (2)

"Love and Trust." Sunday School Message. Concord. November 29, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (3)

"The Nature of Freedom, and What We Mean by Liberalism." Concord. November 29, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (4)

Remarks for Sunday School. Concord. December 6, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (5)

"Reverence for Life, and Human Dignity." Concord. December 6, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (6)

"The Advent of Christmas and the Advent of the Day of Righteousness and Peace." Concord. December 13, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (7)

Prayer and readings. Concord. December 20, 1981.

bMS 130/59 (8)

"Is the Family Decaying in a Decaying Civilization?" Concord. December 27, 1981. (Includes Greeley 50th Wedding Anniversary thoughts.)

bMS 130/59 (9)

Remarks for New Year's Eve Service. Concord. December 31, 1981.

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1982

bMS 130/59 (10)

"Happy New Year! Are We Pawns of History or Peers of Destiny?" Concord. January 3, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (11)

"Evolution vs. Creationism or Do We Need Another Scopes Trial?" Concord. January 10, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (12)

"An Open Letter to Reagan, Haig, Weinberger, and Clark." Concord. January 24, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (13)

Farewell for Jim Robinson. Concord. January 29 and 31, 1982. (Includes Robinson's farewell sermon.)

bMS 130/59 (14)

"Is Women's Rights a Priority Issue?" Concord. February 7, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (15)

"Unitarianism Around the World." Chelmsford Alliance. February 8, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (16)

"On Ralph Waldo Emerson." Social Circle, Concord. February 9, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (17)

"What Is Emotional Maturity?" Concord. February 14, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (18)

"Freedom and Reason in Church and State." Concord. February 28, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (19)

"Lessons from the Life of Franz Schubert." Concord. March 7, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (20)

"On Theology." Sunday Evening Class, Concord. March 7, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (21)

"Commitment versus Casualness." Concord. March 14, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (22)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 19, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (23)

"On Church Organization." Concord. March 28, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (24)

"Service is Our Watchword." Concord. March 28, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (25)

"The Perpetual Armageddon." Palm Sunday. Concord. April 4, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (26)

Maundy Thursday. Concord. April 16, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (27)

"Choose Life." Concord. April 11, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (28)

Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial Week Observances. Concord, Cambridge, and Boston. April 25 - May 2, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (29)

Remarks for Ralph Waldo Emerson Sunday Service. Concord. April 25, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (30)

Remarks for Concord Conscience Day. April 25, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (31)

"The State of Religion Today." Mass. Congregational Ministers' Assoc. April 27, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (32)

Remarks at Emerson's grave. April 27, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (33)

WGBH Interview at the North Bridge, Concord. April 30, 1982. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/59 (34)

"Jehovah, God in Three Persons, or God in All Persons?" Concord. May 2, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (35)

"Emerson—Always a Minister." First and Second Church, Boston. May 2, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (36)

982.

bMS 130/59 (37)

"A Report from China." Concord. May 16, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (38)

Report to Church Council. Concord. May 16, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (39)

Invocation and Benediction. Eagle Scout Court of Honor. Concord. May 16, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (40)

"Patience and Perseverance." Concord. May 23, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (41)

"Reality in Religion." Concord. June 13, 1982.

bMS 130/59 (42)

"Are There Just Two Kinds of People?" Concord. June 20, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (1)

"Emerson and Bellows." A dialogue sermon with Walter Kring at the UUA General Assembly. June 25, 1985.

bMS 130/60 (2)

Remarks for the Strong family reunion. Dorchester, Mass. August 14, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (3)

Remarks for Old Home Day. Wilmot, N.H. August 15, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (4)

"The First Person Plural." Concord. August 22, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (5)

"What Does the Church Mean to Us in These Times?" Concord. September 12, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (6)

"Our Highest Moments." Concord. September 19, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (7)

"Our Highest Moments." Milton, Mass. September 26, 1982. (See text September 19, 1982.)

bMS 130/60 (8)

"President Pickett's Theology of Reversal." Concord. October 3, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (9)

"Our Highest Moments." Stow, Mass. October 10, 1982. (See text September 19, 1982.)

bMS 130/60 (10)

"Religion and Science." Concord. October 17, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (11)

"Our Future." Ballou-Channing District. October 23, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (12)

Remarks for U.N. Luncheon. Concord. October 24, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (13)

"Why Bad Things Happen to Good People." Concord. October 31, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (14)

"Courage." Family Chapel. Concord. November 7, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (15)

"Some Unitarian Hymns: The Authors, the Music, the Message." Concord. November 7, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (16)

Remarks to Deacons, Standing Committee, and Professional Staff. Concord. November 13, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (17)

Remarks for President Niwano. November 20, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (18)

"Are There Any Pilgrims Left?" Concord. November 21, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (19)

"Is It Really Just One World?" Concord. November 28, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (20)

"Our Unitarian Universalist Heritage." Concord. December 5, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (21)

"Fifty Years in the Ministry: Happy Memories, Boundless Gratitude, Some Regrets, and Yes, I Would Try It Again!" Concord. December 12, 1982. (Also, remarks for Testimonial Dinner, December 10, and Service of Celebration, Sunday P.M., December 12.) File 1.

bMS 130/60 (22)

"Fifty Years in the Ministry." File 2.

bMS 130/60 (23)

Prayer, readings and remarks for 50th Anniversary Service. Tuesday Chapel, 25 Beacon St. December 14, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (24)

Prayer and remarks. Christmas Service. Concord. December 19, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (25)

Remarks. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Concord. December 24, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (26)

"Can We Keep Christmas? Can We Avoid a Come-down?" Concord. December 26, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (27)

Remarks for John and KP Teele's Wedding Anniversary. December 26, 1982.

bMS 130/60 (28)

Prayer. New Year's Watchnight Service. Concord. December 31, 1982.

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1983

bMS 130/60 (29)

"Reaching Forth." Concord. January 1, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (30)

"Be It Resolved." Concord. January 2, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (31)

Remarks for Adult Forum. Concord. January 9, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (32)

"Service and Compassion or The Gift Without the Giver Is Bare." Concord. January 16, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (33)

Invocation and remarks. Eugene Pickett's visit. Concord. January 23, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (34)

Remarks for Committee Dinner Meeting in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Greeley's Ministry. January 31, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (35)

"Our Purposes: the UUA By-laws and the Future." Concord. February 6, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (36)

"Successful Marriage and No-Fault Divorce." Concord. February 20, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (37)

Remarks for Concord Rotary Club. February 24, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (38)

"Mahatma Gandhi and World Peace." Concord. February 27, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (39)

"Transcendentalism Reconsidered." Concord. March 6, 1983.

bMS 130/60 (40)

Keynote Address. Annual Boy Scout Dinner. Hanscom Air Base. March 6, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (1)

"What Can We Do? What Can't We Do?" Concord. March 13, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (2)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 18, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (3)

"We and the Church Universal." Concord. March 20, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (4)

Remarks for Joint Staff Meeting with Trinity Congregational. Concord. March 24, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (5)

Maundy Thursday Service and Supper. Concord. March 31, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (6)

"O Day of Light and Gladness!" Concord. April 3, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (7)

"On Preaching." Mass. Bay District Ministers' Group. Winchester, Mass. April 6, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (8)

"Can We Be Truly Tolerant?" Concord. April 17, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (9)

"Is the Ministry Declining?" Concord. April 24, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (10)

"Emerson's May Day Poem." Concord. May 1, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (11)

"My Odyssey." Mass. Bay Ministers. May 4, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (12)

Remarks for Lexington-Concord Dinner. May 4, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (13)

"Mothers Are Women!" and personal reminiscences. Lincoln, Mass. May 8, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (14)

"A Bit of History." Concord. May 15, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (15)

Invocation and benediction. Walter Jonas's candidating service. Concord. May 29, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (16)

"Thoreau and Institutionalism." Concord. July 10, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (17)

"Our Highest Moments." Little Boar's Head, N.H. July 17, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (18)

"Our Highest Moments." First and Second Church, Boston. July 24, 1983. (See text July 17, 1983.)

bMS 130/61 (19)

"God, or the Ground of Our Being." King's Chapel, Boston. July 31, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (20)

Invocation and Benediction. Jon Luopa's farewell service. Concord. August 28, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (21)

"Fund Raising." Church Leaders Conference. September 10, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (22)

"Report on Africa" and "Tasks for Our Church." Concord. September 11, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (23)

"To Know and to Will." Concord. September 18, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (24)

"Religion and Civilization." Concord. September 25, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (25)

"What God Means to Me." Concord. October 2, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (26)

Prayer for Inauguration of Daniel Cheever. Wheelock College. October 6, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (27)

Prayer. Concord. October 9, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (28)

Prayer and remarks. Concord. October 16, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (29)

Prayer and remarks. UU Advance Service and Program. October 17, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (30)

"The Nation and the World." Concord. October 23, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (31)

"The Fourfold Function of the Ministry." Concord. October 30, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (32)

"Martin Luther—His Message and His Mission." Concord. November 6, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (33)

"A Bit of History and a Glimpse of the Future." Nashville. November 13, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (34)

Remarks for Reception in honor of Homer Jack. November 17, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (35)

"The Message from the Pilgrims." Concord. November 20, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (36)

"A Bit of History and Facing the Future." Arlington St. Church. November 27, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (37)

"Moses' Message and the Meaning of Hanukkah." Concord. December 4, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (38)

Remarks for 15th Anniversary, Hope Church. Tulsa, Okla. December 8, 1983.

bMS 130/61 (39)

No title. Newton, N.J. December 11, 1983.

bMS 130/62 (1)

"Jesus and the Modern World." Concord. December 18, 1983.

bMS 130/62 (2)

"Keeping the Sacred Sacred." Concord. December 25, 1983.

bMS 130/62 (3)

Remarks for special parish meeting on ACLU Lawsuit against U.S. State Department and President Reagan re denial of visas for Tom Borge et al. Concord. December 27, 1983.

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1984

bMS 130/62 (4)

"Why I Cherish this Pulpit." Concord. February 19, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (5)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 16, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (6)

"To Everything There Is a Season." Concord. March 18, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (7)

Easter Sermonette. Concord. March 22, 1984. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/62 (8)

Tribute to Bond and Ginny Tucker. Concord. April 14, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (9)

"Thy Neighbor as Thyself." Concord. April 15, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (10)

"The Hope of the World." Concord. June 3, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (11)

"Nature and Human Nature." Concord. June 10, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (12)

"Some Reminiscences" for Harvard Divinity Alumni. General Assembly, Columbus, Ohio. June 27, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (13)

Remarks for William Schultz. General Assembly, Columbus. June 27, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (14)

"Nature and Human Nature." Little Boar's Head, N.H. July 1, 1984. (See text June 10, 1984.)

bMS 130/62 (15)

"Thoreau and Institutionalism." Concord. July 15, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (16)

Prayer for Peace Day. August 5, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (17)

"Religion for the Future." Concord. September 16, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (18)

Remarks for testimonial dinner in honor of Alice Lane, Becky Blodgett, and Sylvia Klinck. Concord. September 21, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (19)

"Freedom as the Way, and Character as the Test." Concord. September 23, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (20)

"Nairobi and First Parish." WPA, Concord. September 24, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (21)

"Unitarianism Past, Present, Future." A dialogue sermon with Homer Jack. Winnetka, Ill. September 30, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (22)

"What Is Our Faith? A Look at the New Statement of Principles and Purposes of the UUA." Concord. October 7, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (23)

"Our and John McAleer's Emerson." Concord. October 14, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (24)

"Nuclear War or Human Survival?" Concord. October 21, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (25)

"Religion and Politics." Concord. November 4, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (26)

"Lest We Forget." Concord. November 11, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (27)

Prayer for flag burning ceremony at Sleepy Hollow. November 11, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (28)

"Thanksgiving and Unselfishness." Concord. November 18, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (29)

Prayer and remarks. Concord. November 25, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (30)

"Issue Oriented, People Oriented." Concord. December 2, 1984. (Partial text.)

bMS 130/62 (31)

"The Prophets of Israel, and Jesus of Nazareth." Concord. December 9, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (32)

Remarks for Church School Christmas Service. Concord. December 16, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (33)

"Christmas, Christianity, and Humanity." Concord. December 23, 1984.

bMS 130/62 (34)

Prayer and remarks. New Year's Eve Watchnight Service. Concord. December 31, 1984.

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1985

bMS 130/62 (35)

"Our Heritage and Today's Challenge." Wilmington, De. January 6, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (36)

"I Have a Dream." Concord. January 13, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (37)

Remarks for Trinity Church Forum. Concord. January 13, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (38)

"Are We Experiencing a Religious Revival?" Concord. January 20, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (39)

"Our Heritage and Today's Challenge." Berkeley, Calif. January 27, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (40)

Earl Morse Wilbur Lecture. Berkeley. Calif. January 27, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (41)

"Is Unselfishness Real?" Concord. February 3, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (42)

Remarks for Middlesex School Chapel. February 6, 1985.

bMS 130/62 (43)

"Our Heritage and Today's Challenge." Lexington, Mass. February 10, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (1)

"The Trimtab Factor, or Can We Change Our Directions?" Concord. February 17, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (2)

"The UUA and Black Power, 1967-69." Sunday Forum. Concord. March 3, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (3)

"Concepts of God and Again, What God Means to Me." Concord. March 3, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (4)

"The Sermon on the Amount." Concord. March 10, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (5)

Remarks for Annual Canvass Dinner. Concord. March 15, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (6)

"St. Patrick and Some Other Saints." Concord. March 17, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (7)

"Who Are Christian?" Concord. March 24, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (8)

"Choose Life." Concord. April 7, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (9)

"Hymns, the Authors, and the Message." Concord. April 14, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (10)

Remarks for a service of rededication in memory of the Rev. James Reeb. April 14, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (11)

"Religion and Science." Concord. April 21, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (12)

Remarks for 150th Anniversary Follen Church. Lexington, Mass. April 21, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (13)

Remarks for UU Christian Fellowship Anniversary Meeting. Concord. April 28, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (14)

Remarks for Donald Lothrop. Community Church, Boston. April 28, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (15)

Remarks for UUA Friends Dinner. Colonial Inn, Concord. April 30, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (16)

"The Three Most Meaningful Things to Me." Family Worship. Concord. May 5, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (17)

"Do We Really Believe in Human Dignity?" Concord. May 5, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (18)

"Mothers Are Women." Concord. May 12, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (19)

"What Kind of a Church Do We Want?" Concord. May 19, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (20)

"Flower Power." Concord. June 2, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (21)

No title. Benediction for A Celebration of the Ministry of Dana McLean Greeley. Concord. June 12, 1985. (Text missing.)

bMS 130/63 (22)

"Have We a Dream, Too?" General Assembly, Atlanta. June 19, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (23)

"Report on Atlanta General Assembly." Concord. June 23, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (24)

Remarks for Roland and Polly Greeley's 50th Anniversary. July 27, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (25)

"Issue Oriented, People Oriented?" King's Chapel. Boston. July 28, 1985. (See partial text December 2, 1984.)

bMS 130/63 (26)

"Our Heritage and Its Relevance Today." Edgecomb, Me. August 11, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (27)

"Is Unselfishness Real?" Concord. August 25, 1985. (See text February 3, 1985.)

bMS 130/63 (28)

Remarks for church leaders. Star Island. September 8, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (29)

Remarks for 350th Anniversary of Concord. September 15, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (30)

"Why I Call Myself a Theist." Concord. September 22, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (31)

"We Had a Revolution." Concord. October 6, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (32)

Remarks for Ministers' and Deacons' Dinner for Concord Town Officials. October 7, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (33)

"Nirvana, the Egocentric Predicament, and a Third Alternative." Concord. October 13, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (34)

"An Endangered Species." Concord. October 20, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (35)

Remarks for All Saints Communion and Agape Supper. Concord. November 1, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (36)

"The Heyday of Liberal Religion." Concord. November 3, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (37)

Remarks for dinner to celebrate 16 oldest churches in Massachusetts. Concord. November 4, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (38)

"The Heyday of Liberal Religion." Arlington St. Church, Boston. November 10, 1985. (See text November 3, 1985.)

bMS 130/63 (39)

Remarks at North Bridge before Geneva Peace Summit. Concord. November 10, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (40)

Remarks for dinner party in honor of William and Linda Lu Schulz. November 13, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (41)

"Sports and the American Culture." Concord. November 17, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (42)

"Let Us Give Thanks." Union Thanksgiving Service. Concord. November 29, 1985.

bMS 130/63 (43)

"History's Greatest People." Concord. December 1, 1985.

bMS 130/64 (1)

"Giving and Forgiving." Concord. December 8, 1985.

bMS 130/64 (2)

"The Heyday of Liberal Religion." Bedford, Mass. December 15, 1985. (See text November 3, 1985.)

bMS 130/64 (3)

"Is Christmas Still Relevant?" Concord. December 22, 1985.

bMS 130/64 (4)

Remarks for Christmas Eve Candlelight and Carol Service. Concord. December 24, 1985.

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1986

bMS 130/64 (5)

"Facing the Future Unafraid." Concord. January 5, 1986.

bMS 130/64 (6)

"The Heyday of Liberal Religion." Follen Church, Lexington, Mass. January 12, 1986.

bMS 130/64 (7)

"Pioneers!" Concord. January 19, 1986.

bMS 130/64 (8)

"The Universal Church versus Sectarianism." Concord. February 2, 1986.

bMS 130/64 (9)

"Our Mouths and Our Pocketbooks." Concord. March 16, 1986.

bMS 130/64 (10)

"Life Is a Miracle." Concord. March 30, 1986.

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