Millions of people will Google “Episcopal Church” next Saturday. I hope every congregation gets its website ready for extra traffic. People might actually show up in churches on Sunday morning because of what they hear, so we should be ready.
If I were to name a “beef” with the language of Eucharistic Prayer C, it would be the way in which we describe God as the God of our fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. But what about the mothers? Well, there are a few…and their story isn’t so simple
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