Throughout Holy Week, the Office of Communications will go inside one Episcopal congregation to livestream daily services, thereby bringing Holy Week and its reverence to computers, business, and homes for personal meditation and group reflection.
we are nearing the end of the first fifth of the twenty-first century. And I think we can all admit we have hard choices to make too. Sometimes as we face those choices, we are akin to Judas.
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