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Members of Canterbury Cathedral Girls' Choir look at hymnals in preparation for their debut

A Singing Advent Calendar

Two Episcopal churches in Philadelphia are participating in a “singing Advent calendar” on YouTube which emphasizes the work of women composers. From the Philadelphia Inquirer:

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Advent retreat

I am on an Advent retreat, restless and exhausted, looking for room at last at the inn of mercy. Perhaps that is only as it should be, as we sidle slowly toward Bethlehem.

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AdventWord 2019 begins Sunday

AdventWord combines word and image, hashtag and meditation in a 24-day digital journey through Advent, sharing out an official reflection each day in three languages

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Look up and raise your heads

I did feel better after my encounter with the leaf collectors. The physical exercise no doubt helped, and the fresh air, but also it reminded me that it is almost impossible to calculate or to know what the smallest notice, the most minor kindness, done deliberately and without ceremony, can do to lift the spirits of one who might need it more than we imagine.

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2FAB Advent Special #4

“My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior.” Luci and Jordan on the Magnificat for the fourth Sunday of Advent

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The Music of Advent

The sound of the choir of men and boys, the words of the scriptures leading up to the birth of Jesus, all the sounds echoing off the vaulted arches of a historic place – it’s the most wonderful thing I can think of.

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