All throughout these months as the shadows have lengthened, this blessing has been gathering itself, making ready, preparing for this night. It has practiced walking in the dark, traveling with its eyes closed, feeling its way by memory by touch by the pull of the moon even as it wanes. So believe me when […]
Day: December 18, 2013
Episcopal priest Danielle Elizabeth Tumminio supports the striking down of part of Utah’s polygamy law, in a suit brought by the family of the reality show “Sister Wives”. Excerpted from her CNN Belief Blog:
A divorced 46-year-old father of three lands a job outside of Reading, Pa. after a two years search.
Episcopal Church Mission Enterprise Zones, New Church Starts grants announced The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Tuesday, December 17, 2013
I will admit to buying the occasional lottery ticket, knowing full well the ridiculous odds, seeing it personally as a fun little dream (although I missed out on participating in this drawing). But the sheer volume of money spent is staggering.
The Washington Post’s Michelle Boorstein demonstrates the conflict and challenge Bishop Peggy A. Johnson of the Eastern Pennsylvania and Peninsula-Deleware Conferences is facing concerning the suspension of The Rev, Frank Schaefer, who presided at his son’s same-sex wedding. From her article:
Wednesday, December 18, 2013 — Week of Advent 3, Year Two [Go to Mission St Clare for an online version of the Daily Office including today’s scripture readings.] Today’s Readings for the Daily Office: Psalms 119:49-72 (morning) // 49,  (evening) Zechariah 3:1-10 Revelation 4:1-8 Matthew 24:45-51 In the American criminal justice system, the accuser, […]