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New and Good

Homily for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, Year C St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church May 19, 2019 Some of you may know that I’m a part of CirclesRVA, which is a poverty-alleviation program that was recently formed here in the City … Continue reading

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Advent Word: Wake Up!

Whenever I visit Shrinemont, I set my alarm clock for just-before-dawn. I throw on a jacket (unless it’s mid-summer!) and head to the labyrinth. Everything is silent, except the leaves and twigs beneath my feet. Birds are just waking. Once, … Continue reading

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Blessings: Week 2 of Cultivating Sacred Space

This second week of Lent, the theme that found me in the midst of the lectionary readings was “Blessings.” It is also fitting that with St. Patrick’s Day approaching, this is a week when the lyrical lilt of Irish Blessings … Continue reading

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Tonight, as I sit to write, I am thinking about leadership. I have had the chance to reflect on this theme often this week, numerous times and in various ways. Sometimes, my own leadership has been the center of exploration … Continue reading

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