“I Can’t Be Having That”

Those words are associated with Granny Weatherwax, the late British fantasy writer Terry Pratchett’s beguiling witch who relies more on psychology than spells. Though often only a minor character in Pratchett’s stories, Granny Weatherwax tends to make sure right triumphs. Rev. Barnaby examined the connection between witchcraft and the UU affirmation of the right to conscience.

Worship Associate Jason Duquette-Hoffman read The Present Crisis by James Russell Lowell and My Country ‘Tis of Thee by W.E.B. DuBois