The Rev. Sarah Robbins-Cole wore the same merino wool black dress for 100 days in a row to highlight the environmental, economic, and societal impact of fashion.
Day: January 24, 2021
Mum would say “That’s the end! Go to bed.” And I would say “It’s not the end, there’s an epilogue.” And then Mum would yell at Dad for teaching me big words like Epilogue. She would say… “now! …will you look at this word, your son’s throwing back at me!” I was always “your son” when I was in trouble. I was also always in trouble. The pattern continues to this day.
David and Charlette discuss repentance, the qualities of fishermen, the balance of immediacy and wonder, and what conversations at home will be like based on this gospel theme.
A follower of St Francis and founder of her own monastic order; Luci and Jordan explore the life of St Clare
After a short discourse on thermostat settings and monastic wardrobes, we begin the conversation on God the Father from the BCP catechism.
“People need our voices and our understanding. And I really do believe that when they hear the call of Love they will respond. Their souls will leap for joy as they recognize our words. They may be frightened and angry as well — the call of Christ brings a profound reorientation — but they will recognize, and, hopefully, be changed.”