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Advent ideas

What are you doing to keep Advent this year? Share your ideas in the comments. Here are a few offerings: The Anglican Communion Office is

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Keeping Advent

While the rest of the world lights up for the mid-winter season’s crazy blend of commercialism, festival and cultural Christianity, most of our Episcopal Church’s remain externally dark, unadorned, and preciously uncontaminated by the happy secularism all around us. But why?

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Dandelions for Easter

by Marshall Scott Some who have read me before may recall that this time of year some of my time goes into gardening. I am,

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Street Theater and Gospel Presence

… at one point in the procession, as we paused for prayer, I overheard one onlooker, observing us at prayer, say to his friend in some amazement: “You know, I think these people are serious!”

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Debriefing Easter

Now that the annual liturgical endurance trial known as Holy Week and Easter is behind us, those of us who work in the church professionally

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