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Life after death

In this first of a two-part exploration of Christian Resurrection, ethicist George Clifford wonders where the dividing line between physical and spiritual lies

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Faith Reels: ‘Gleason’… changes and chances

Not to be missed, this documentary of the life, hopes and challenges facing Steve Gleason, an NFL player diagnosed with ALS is at once informative, uplifting, heartbreaking, heartfelt, raw, sad, funny, joyous and hopeful and all sorts of other things you yourself will be able to name once you see it. And you should see it.

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Popping collars #44: It is written

It’s a special show to celebrate the second anniversary of Popping Collars. Betsy, Burl, Cara, Greg, and Liz give their top three book recommendations for summer reading. What makes a great summertime book and what do we look for from the written word that we don’t ask of other media?

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A visit to Cuba

In this essay, Roger Martin, relates his experience of the Iglesia Episcopal de Cuba from a week long tour with bishop Griselda Delgado Del Carpio

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Summer Church

In the Magazine we’ve been exploring the spirituality of summer. In this essay, Tessa Darke, age 10, speaks about the feel of summer at her church amidst a number of changes in this season. This is especially good reading for those who might despair over the future of the church; its in good hands.

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Dear Mrs Connolly;

Dear Mrs. Connolly,

I’ve been putting off writing this letter for a while now. Because you see, even though I know you’re about to retire from teaching religion at my children’s school, and even though I’m extremely happy for you, I want to bury my head in my pillow and deny, deny, deny that you are leaving us.

 

I still remember the day that we met a few years ago. It was spring time, and my family was getting ready to move […]

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Sabbath

This originally appeared as part of the Daily Sip, a ministry of St John’s Cathedral in Denver, CO

 

by Charles LaFond

 

 

Sabbath is the pathway to the fields in which God lays in the sun waiting to be with us. But we must walk the pathway that leads through the proverbial woods of the many tree-like tasks which so seduce us from the commandment to take rest with God.

 

Are we courageous enough to walk the pathways which lead through our “to-do-list forests” […]

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