What might you become if you allow the seeds of faithful forgiveness and repentance to grow in your life? How might things be different?
The Rt. Reverend Eugene Taylor Sutton’s Lenten message to the diocese acknowledges that “repentance is not a solitary act”:
Repentance is a corporate act of righting things within a spiritual community so that community can restore its right relationship with God…
For me personally and as your bishop, the process of repentance must begin with the Palermo family who suffered the unbearable loss of Thomas Palermo on December 27. I’m sorry for their loss and regret his death was by all accounts […]