Day: July 31, 2014

Legends reveal our hope for the world

The feast day of Joseph of Arimathaea Psalm 16:5-11 Genesis 23:3-9, 17-19 James 1:17-18 Luke 23:50-56 Today is the feast day of William Blake’s poem “Jerusalem,” set to Trinity Episcopal Church and a postulant to the priesthood in the Kirkepiscatoid. Detail of “Descent AgiaMarina” by Anonimous – Church of Agia Marina, Kalopanagiotis http://kypros.org/Byzantine/. Licensed under …

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Now that I have your divided attention

We have followed too much the devices and desires of our own hearts. – 1928 Book of Common Prayer Are smart phones eating away at our relationships? Or is “quiet time with devices” OK? Alaina Kleinbeck writing in Faith and Leadership: