Monthly Archive: June, 2019

Circling the Wagons


13th Sunday in Ordinary Time We are familiar with the metaphor “circling the wagons.” It derives from the westward expansion in the years following the end of the civil war, when families and… Continue reading

This


The Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ Jesus said, “Do this in remembrance of me.” So each week, on the first day of the week as was the custom from as far… Continue reading

God’s Spirit in Chaos & Consolation


Pentecost Last weekend, several priests throughout our diocese announced to their people that Bishop Knestout was sending them to new pastoral assignments and new parishes. Many who were sitting in the pews were… Continue reading

Determining Our Readiness for Mission


Ascension of the Lord A familiar segment often appears in the evening news this time of year where excerpts of commencement speeches accompany video footage of graduates in cap and gown walking across… Continue reading

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