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We See You

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Reading time: 4 minutes By Sarah Kye Price Staff Writer I’ve read lots of news stories as I’ve followed from afar the treatment and conditions of women, children and families attempting to cross into the…

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Justice, Access, and Theological Education

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Reading time: 3 minutes By Sarah Kye Price Staff Writer Whenever two or three seminarians are gathered, just as many stories of call are in our midst. The stories are varied, but often include the…

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Senior Sermon: A Catechism for Living

Senior Sermon Preached at Church Divinity School of the Pacific Berkeley, California. Watch Here:   Senior Sermon 6/18/18 – Sarah Price Commemoration:  Feast of Bernard Mizeki, Catechist and Martyr Readings What is the communion of saints? (p. 862) The communion of … Continue reading

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Secure Base

A Homily for Ascension (Easter 7), Year B Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church May 13, 2018 One of my very close friends is fond of saying that everything that she has ever managed to ‘let go’ of has claw … Continue reading

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In the Desert

Homily for the First Sunday in Lent, Year B Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Lectionary Readings If you thought you just heard a familiar lesson, you are exactly right: today’s Gospel lesson begins where our past reading from the … Continue reading

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The Least of These…

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? Beginning the first Sunday of Advent, Faith from the Margins to the Web reflections will be posted weekly on Tuesdays, in preparation for preaching, bible study and other reflection…

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To my Sisters

Tonight, I close up International Women’s Day thinking about my sisters of this world.  There are ways and issues around which we are so proximal, and other ways in which we are so very different from each other.  I love … Continue reading

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Tasting Proximity

I just came back from grocery shopping, my usual Saturday morning routine.  This was my first shopping expedition during Lent, and I note that having an intention of “proximity” combined with some Orthodox vegetarian eating habits is proving a bit … Continue reading

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Blessed

Matthew 5:1-12 When Jesus saw the crowds, he went up the mountain; and after he sat down, his disciples came to him. Then he began to speak, and taught them, saying: “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is … Continue reading

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Being Prepared

A homily for Advent 1, Year A prepared for Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Sunday November 27, 2016 Greetings on this first Sunday of Advent, the beginning of a new liturgical year and the start of a season of … Continue reading

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