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On missing our anniversary

On missing our anniversary

With one thing and another, we neglected to make note of the fact that the Cafe has been in operation for seven years as of April 19. Thanks to everyone who has visited and commented during that time. This might be the year when we finally gather ourselves to raise some money and update the site.

My thanks to all of our contributors, especially the news blogging team of Ann Fontaine, Kurt Weisner, Theresa Johnson and Andrew Gerns, our art blog editor C. Robin Janning and Lowell Grisham, Maria Evans and Linda Ryan who write for the Speaking to the Soul blog.


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Linda Ryan

Thanks, Jim. It’s an honor and a pleasure to be part of the Episcopal Café team.

Linda Ryan

Eric Bonetti

Well, every anniversary deserves a nice glass of wine (or two) and while it’s rather too early to do so this morning, I will cheerfully celebrate later today.

Mazel tov and l’chaim!

Eric Bonetti


Mazel Tov, EC! God bless, and many more. 🙂

JC Fisher

jon white

Happy Anniversary! I’ve been a long-time reader and still remember how excited I was to meet Jim Naughton while I was at Bexley Hall. How much do you need to make a mobile app?

Gary Paul Gilbert

Happy Anniversary to the whole team at Episcopal Café! Thank you for providing a vital forum for the Episcopal Church and the rest of the Anglican Communion–and beyond.

Gary Paul Gilbert

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