Author Archives: harasprice

About harasprice

Professor of Social Work and Priest in The Episcopal Church, parent, teacher, learner, writer, advocate, and grateful traveller along this journey through life

I am the way

Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year A St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Virtual Worship Lectionary Readings for May 10 A few weeks ago, on the first Sunday after Easter, I came to the defense of our friend the apostle … Continue reading

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Priesting in Pandemic

On this particular morning in the midst of our pandemic diaspora, I rose knowing to my core what day it was, a definite change of pace since generally speaking, my days seem to be blending into one another.  Wardrobe selection … Continue reading

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Believing Thomas

Homily for the Second Sunday of Easter, Year A St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Virtual Liturgy during COVID-19 Pandemic Richmond, VA Whenever the liturgical calendar flips to the 2nd Sunday of Easter, I feel like I need to come to the … Continue reading

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I wonder…

Homily for Palm Sunday, Year A St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Richmond VA (Virtual Palm Sunday Worship) Lectionary Readings for Palm Sunday   A few years ago as part of my Faith from the Margins to the Web project, we  engaged … Continue reading

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Virtual Stations of the Cross

For your Holy Week journey, take some time to reflect on the Stations of the Cross:   Blessings as you walk the Way of the Cross this Holy Week. Sarah+

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At Night

Homily for the 2nd Sunday in Lent St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Richmond, Virginia Lectionary Readings: Genesis 12:1-4a Romans 4:1-5, 13-17 John 3:1-17 Sometimes, things need to happen at night.   Take, for example, the date that the Bishop proposed for my … Continue reading

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Ashes and Chalk

Homily for Ash Wednesday St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Richmond, VA Last year, Ash Wednesday happened to coincide with my Spring Break at VCU.  It was a transitional time for me, literally: I was in the midst of serving as transitional … Continue reading

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“Yes” is Enough

Homily for Epiphany 6 Year A St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Richmond, Virginia Lectionary Readings: Deuteronomy 30:15-20 1 Corinthians 3:1-9 Matthew 5:21-37 I realize this is probably a dangerous way to begin a homily, but I want to invite you to … Continue reading

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Called to Community

Homily for Epiphany 3, Year A (January 26, 2020) St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Richmond, VA Lectionary Texts I was at an academic conference last weekend and had the opportunity to hear a talk by Stacey Abrams focused on her deeply … Continue reading

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[re]opening my eyes

Friends and Readers, I will not lie.  This has been a year of beautiful moments and new paths unfolding (which I do tend to take time to write about, or work into my sermons at the very least) but it … Continue reading

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