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Kathleen McTigue

Full name: Rev. Kathleen McTigue

The Rev. Kathleen McTigue

The Rev. Kathleen McTigue is the former minister of the Unitarian Society of New Haven, in Hamden, Conn. She and her husband, political organizer Nicholas Nyhart, have three children. She is a contributor to Bless This Child: A Treasury of Poems, Quotations and Readings to Celebrate Birth, edited by Edward Searl (Skinner House, 2005), and is the author of Shine and Shadow: Meditations (Skinner House, 2011).

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Skinner House Books

Shine and Shadow
Meditations

Kathleen McTigue

From Skinner House Books

The 2011 inSpirit title. The inSpirit Series was previously known as the Meditation Manual Series.

UU World

Once and for all

Kathleen McTigue

From UU World Magazine
Watching a loved one fade into dementia and yearning for grace.
What's spiritual about parenting young children?

Kathleen McTigue

From UU World Magazine
Being a parent often doesn't look anything like traveling a spiritual path.

WorshipWeb

Ten Thousand Baby Names

Kathleen McTigue

From WorshipWeb
When my youngest daughter was about two years old she came across a tattered paperback on our bookshelves, Ten Thousand Baby Names, and for a little whi...
They Are with Us Still

Kathleen McTigue

From WorshipWeb
In the ­struggles we choose for ourselves, in the ways we move forward in our lives and bring our world forward with us, It is right to remember the nam...
Passover

Kathleen McTigue

From WorshipWeb
When the escape from Egypt was certain, when the last furious wave had closed over their enemies' heads and the dangerous waters lay smooth again, when ...
When Our Systems Fail: the Wall Street Melt-Down

Kathleen McTigue

From WorshipWeb
Reading Isaiah 58:1-12 (excerpt) Shout out, do not hold back! Lift up your voice like a trumpet!Announce to my people their sins....
A Reflection and Prayer after Sarin Gas

Kathleen McTigue, Eric Cherry

From WorshipWeb
All violence is framed by blood. Our scars are the red line reminders— for the survivors, and all who follow later. See them, and do not turn away from...

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