Jesus speaks to Martha and Mary and to us
Day: July 21, 2019
This is the last essay from our partnership with Empire Remixed to share a series of responses to the Living Church looking at full inclusion and sacramental equality….
Two poems from Kate Day, an Episcopal Priest and Hospital Chaplain in Syracuse NY
At the height of the firing, the fire will reach 10 feet into the air and will burst 5 inches out the sides of the kiln in any cracks. It is violent. It is primordial. It is frightening to watch. Dangerous to handle. It is the process. Violence and then, beauty and usefulness.
“There are big things we can talk about, like the migrant crises on the southern border of the USA. But, we already know what is required: Don’t wrong them, love them, show them hospitality. It’s in the Bible. Interestingly, the Bible is silent on the subject of secure borders but it has a lot to say about people who cross them. God is not interested in what we think about it, though, God is interested in what we do.”