by Susan E. Bloomfield On Ash Wednesday, The Book of Common Prayer invites us to the “observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting and self-denial, and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word.” As a professional musician, I naturally view things through a musical lens. Recently, I […]
Day: February 14, 2016
Last week we asked what does being Episcopal mean? And we invited you to offer up your own answers. We had some wonderful responses and some push-back as well.
This originally appeared as part of the Daily Sip, a ministry of St John’s Cathedral in Denver, CO by Charles LaFond This week in The Daily Sip, we have continued our exploration of the Rule of Life by continuing to write our chapters. We explored “the Church” in this week’s work. Here are the […]
“We are a catholic church in love with freedom.” We are exploring the identity of faith and what it means to be Episcopalian; and in this essay Jim Friedrich dives into what that phrase means for him.
As we enter Lent, we have to remember that temptation is all around, and seduces by offering the easy way, the shortcut. It’s not the big things that usually tempt us—it’s the little ones.