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Antependium, IV

Thou art the King of Glory, O Christ. 7 more words


San Francisco, Day 4

Grace Cathedral

The past few days I’ve been going at a very heavy pace, visiting as many places and meeting as many people as I possibly can. 267 more words


Environmentalism – Time to Dig Deeper

Environmentalism – Time to Dig Deeper

By Cynthia Coe

Since the first Earth Day in 1970, Americans have slowly but surely embraced a heightened sense of awareness and concern for our environment.  648 more words


Bishop Charles Grafton: "divided like the waves thus superficially, but they are one as the ocean is one"

“The Catholic Church, to which we belong, stands for collectivism . It has a broad, and yet liberal, basis for its belief. This belief rests in the invulnerable basis of Catholic consent. 110 more words


Pentecost 81

Pentecost 81
My Psalm 81

Who are we? Why are we?

Walt Whitman once wrote: “We contain multitudes.” He was not referring to any dissociative mental disorder but rather, the varied parts of the whole that comprise one’s personality. 1,366 more words

Where and How Do You Experience Community?

Today’s guest blogger is Cindy Spencer, Faith Formation Hub: Children and Family Ministries, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. She also serves on the Lifelong Formation Advisory Council. 544 more words