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After two years of disagreements, the vestry of R. E. Lee Memorial Episcopal Church in Lexington, Va., voted Monday night to return to the parish’s original name, Grace Episcopal Church, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch: “It’s been a very divisive issue for two years,” said the Rev. Tom Crittenden, the church’s…(Read More)

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Words Matter

by Ann Fontaine

… the language of love that God imprinted on us at creation, during Jesus’s ministry and again at our baptism, often seems like a foreign tongue. It’s hard for us to trust in words like “grace,” “mercy,” and “forgiveness” for ourselves as being real, much less for us to speak and live them out…(Read More)

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by Kristin Fontaine   I was driving around with my son and another driver or a pedestrian did something that was ill-advised right in front of us. There was no major problem, my son is an excellent driver and very aware at all times of what is going on around him on the road…(Read More)

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by Leslie Scoopmire Luke 17:5-10   There are many times in scriptures when I can picture Jesus with his hand on his face, looking abashed or stunned. Usually I think of Jesus doing this when I continue to do something stupid, or fail to have faith in some unbelievably generous promise, like grace…(Read More)

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