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The Rev. Winifred Collin

The Rev. Winifred Collin is rector of Christ Episcopal Church, Pittsford, NY.

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The Rev. Winifred Collin has been rector of Christ Church Episcopal, Pittsford, NY, since 1999. She was ordained to the Episcopal priesthood in 1989.


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The Rev. Winifred Collin

No Kevorking

Acts 8:26-40

April 27, 1997

The Rev. Winifred Collin (TEC)

Carl Sandburg was once asked what the ugliest word in the English language is. He thought for a long, long time, and then replied: "The ugliest word in the English language is Exclusive."

His comment came to mind this week as I read an article in the New Yorker magazine about exclusivity in cyberspace. The title of the article is: "Cyberspace has a V.I.P. Lounge, Too." It seems that there was a large electronic bulletin board in N.Y.C., a kind of electronic salon. Over 2000 members paid $19.95 a month so they could talk via modem about such topics as politics, art, New York Life, and the like. They called their talks "conferences." The owner of the bulletin board discouraged sexual harassment, racist messages, and other miseries of some on-line services. If members persisted in offensive conversation, she kicked them off, an electronic banning known on this bulletin board as "kevorking."

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The Rev. Winifred Collin

Making It Better

Mark 14:32, 15:39

March 23, 1997

The Rev. Winifred Collin (TEC)

Articles on genetic testing appear regularly in magazines nowadays. One recent article was entitled "The Doctor's Crystal Ball: Supersensitive Tests Can Tell Us What Diseases Lie in Our Future. Do We Really Want To Know?" The article describes the extraordinary pace of genetic research and the issues that arise from it. One woman mentioned in the article found she has a gene that causes colon cancer. Anyone who has the gene has a 100% chance of developing the cancer. She has passed the gene one to one of her children, not the other. She is agonizing about whether to inform her children of the test results.

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February 23, 1997

Living, Loving and Giving

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January 26, 1997

A Swift Kick and the Window Opens

The Rev. Winifred Collin (TEC)