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Holy Trinity is Holy Relationship (A Redistribution of Good Faith!)

The Very Rev. Sam Candler shares his lecture from Trinity Sunday, May 30, 2021 In the call of God: Father, Son, and Holy spirit. Amen. So many of us priests and evangelists begin our exhortations every week with that motto: “In the Name of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.” It is a statement of […]

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Dan Ennis – One month In: Character Still Counts

On January 21, 2021, President Joe Biden continued an American tradition by attending a prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral. The phenomenon included a closing prayer from Presiding Bishop Curry. Since 1933, the National Inaugural Prayer Service has been a familiar part of the inaugural ceremonies, but even before the was a National Cathedral, […]

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Episcopal Peace Fellowship-Palestine Israel Network Commends Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility on 50 Years of Service

written by Linda Gaither The Episcopal Church’s Committee on Corporate Social Responsibility will celebrate 50 years of advocacy in 2021. The committee was created by the Executive Council in 1971 and oversaw the filing of the first ever shareholder resolution by a faith located administration. The resolution requested General Engine to withdraw from apartheid South […]

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Shall and Will

written by Mary Jane Wilkie I have often pondered the difference between “shall” and “will, ” and of course most of us rarely or never use “shall, ” except to express determination, or in utterances such as “Shall I call a taxi? ” As a child, I learned( Matthew 7:7) “Seek and ye shall find, […]

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Virtual Priest?

Written by Tom Buechele I have been celebrating Mass, Jesus’ “lords supper”, preaching and breaking bread and sharing the beaker of wine-coloured for some 52 years. First as a Roman Catholic priest and now as an Episcopal priest. Recently, I was invited to be a” virtual celebrant” of the Sunday Eucharist at our neighbourhood Episcopal […]

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The Difference of Indifference

Equanimity is not the same thing as indifference. We often confuse them to our jeopardy. Recently, when asked why I seemed peaceful, I reacted “I don’t mind what happens to me.” which I had once heard a worshipped Buddhist leader say and which sink into my mettle like beach in a container of apples, winding […]

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Pandemic Ministry: Between the Church and the World

When the pandemic smack, I was caught fully off his guard. I shouldn’t have been. For weeks a parishioner I was working on a project with had been telling me everything, absolutely everything, ought to have been canceled. “Fine” I said, “we’ll move the contest til next month.” She tried to tell me everything was […]

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All of Her Children: a Reflection with Psalm 139

written by Dani Gabriel “Will you strive for justice and peace among all beings, and respect the dignity of every human being? ” I am haunted with our baptismal compact. Certainly, it’s a beautiful substantiate. I return to it over and over again for counseling in ministry and find myself looking at it again this […]

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What If We Miss These Times?

written by Rie Linton Most parties would agree that the year 2020 has been a very difficult year. With millions of people living in hundreds of countries preceding very different lives, we unexpectedly noticed ourselves bound together by something smaller than imaginable. A heretofore uncharted virus impres in literally every country on earth. The inconsistencies […]