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Food, Glorious Food

What counts is that he says to her in her language, Aramaic, “Get up.” And she does. And then he instructs the happily hysterical family to do something useful. “Get her something to eat.” Yes, the Bread of Life is saying stop hanging on me and get her a bowl of soup.

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Church Without Walls

St Isidore’s Episcopal Church feeds bodies, minds and souls developing small worship groups in a variety of places from cafés to gyms to laundries.

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Feed your neighbor as yourself

We have always been a food-centric faith, and I’m proud of that tradition of hospitality. But I’ve seen a disconnect – a big one – between how we feed ourselves and how we feed “others”.

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