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from Episcopal News Service:

Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori preached the following sermon Jan. 26 at Grace Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Last summer, not too far from here, someone got excited and called the police about a plane flying near a nuclear power plant. It was a glider – an unpowered plane with a human pilot – more substantial than a hang-glider, and definitely not a drone. It seems a local citizen thought this plane was flying too low and too near the power plant. Gliders don’t have engines, and they depend on air currents and updrafts to stay aloft. The pilot had made one turn near the power plant, which would be a likely source of rising warm air.

Full transcript here.