Ian sits down with the Rev. Grey Maggiano to talk about liturgy during the pandemic.
Day: March 14, 2021
We talk about one of the most quoted sections of scripture, the verses on either side of it and explore what conversations at home will be like based on this gospel theme.
We swap stories about Presiding Bishop’s we’ve met, talk about one of Jon’s favorite Holy Week services and then get into what the catechism has to say about Redemption.
St Helen of Anjou
As a kid growing up in church, I experienced the Sunday morning matinee of miseries. My woes included a hard and unforgiving church pew, unbearably tight Mary Jane shoes, and a droning sermon that I never quite understood. After the service, I would take flight, turning my patent leather atrocities into streamlined track shoes as I raced for the church’s playground. But my vigilant mother always swooped in and steered me toward the line in the narthex.
“For God so loved the world. . .
God does indeed love the world.
The world is God’s, entirely.”