Day: June 17, 2020

National Cathedral eliminating 25 positions because of COVID-19 impact

National Cathedral eliminating 25 positions because of COVID-19 impact

A letter yesterday from Dean Randy Hollerith announces that Washington National Cathedral will be eliminating 13 full-time and 12 part-time positions because of the impact of COVID-19: “The coronavirus closures have upended life at institutions large and small, including here at the Cathedral, even as we have been able to successfully adapt our offerings to […]

Mary Magdalene & the Enneagram

Mary Magdalene & the Enneagram

“There is a wonderful scene in Mary Magdalene, hoards have gathered, desperate, dirty, some maybe mentally ill, people in great need of hope and blessing. Jesus sends the Apostles out to bless them, and we follow them and especially Mary as they move among a crowd of humanity, blessing, never asking political affiliation, if they’d led blameless lives and where thus worthy, or how much money or social standing they had. They simply moved among their neighbors, listening, praying, and blessing. Being present, and bearing witness. It feels like a good example to me.”