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Will we recognize their welcome as a product of the same root?

Recently I noticed the Presiding Bishop, Katherine Jefferts Schori’s sermon to the opening Eucharist of the Executive Council, meeting in Salt Lake City UT. Ever the scientist, she began speaking about botanical subjects, namely trees, vines and common root stocks. These seemed metaphors for different branches or denominations of Christianity today. Because the Executive Council was meeting in Salt lake City and the upcoming General Convention will also be convened there, she spoke of her hope that folks attending General […]

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