What is #myepiscopalidentity?

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In light of the ongoing debates within the Anglican Communion, we’ve been wondering how Episcopalians understand their identity as Episcopalians.  So, we thought we’d just ask.  You can submit a regular submission for publication or write a post on your own blog or tumblr or add a photo to Instagram or maybe even make a new Pinterest board or whatever.  Just use the hashtag #myepiscopalidentity and send us a Facebook message, Tweet or email (newsteam@episcopalcafe.com) to give us a heads up.  We’ll share as many as we can and we look forward to hearing from you!

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Rodney
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Rodney

The church of my youth became the church of my dreams -- love, joy, and peace. For all

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Mary Beth Wright
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Mary Beth Wright

I was born and raised in the Episcopal church. I believe I have
not considered myself as a strong and active Episcopalian, since
for the past twelve years, I no longer drive and have had to depend on someone to take me to church. (I was in a big car
accident that has made my right leg permanently disabled) I have also fallen twice and have had a broken tibia. Therefore inhibiting me to attend church on a regular basis for the past six years. But I always persevere and always return to The Cathedral of St. James in South Bend,IN.

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Pat Hardy
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Pat Hardy

Mary Beth, God certainly understands your difficulty in physically attending church. To be a faithful child of Christmas does not require physical attendance. Ask your priest if you can receive home communion and visits. The important thing is your continued relationship with God.

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