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Lent within Lent within

Reflections on recognizing and keeping a holy lent in 2021. 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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Remember that you are dust

Homily for Ash Wednesday Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church Richmond, VA That particular winter afternoon in upstate New York started out pretty much like most others: I trudged through the snow, making my way from my East Hall women’s … Continue reading

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Lent 2016: I will give up…

It was three years ago when I started blogging on Ash Wednesday.  As I’ve learned, no matter how much of a “planner” I am, my discipline for the Lenten season does not really emerge until I stand in that space … Continue reading

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My first ashes

I was born and raised in an evangelical protestant church. The only mentions of “lent” ever made in church were critical (ok, derogatory is probably a more accurate word). I recall lent being connected with people/churches who “still keep Jesus … Continue reading

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