“The Church can be a model for listening in these times.”
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Posts from retired blogs, including Bishop Mark Beckwith's blog "Signs of God's Grace," Canon Greg Jacobs' blog "Out of the Ordinary," and blogs by General Convention deputies in 2012 and 2015.
“I take Gospel positions; not partisan positions.” That is the litany I hear over and over again from diocesan clergy who, though goaded by the ang
Fight or flight. Those have long been the first visceral responses whenever human beings feel threatened.
The alleluias rang out on Easter Sunday, celebrating the Resurrection.
I often wondered why Jesus left the comfort of Galilee to go down south to the chaos of Jerusalem.
On Saturday, March 4, representatives from 43 congregations in the diocese spent a half day learning how to participate in a three month "Listening
I have been thinking a lot about the dynamics of listening, partly because we did a lot of listening at our Diocesan Convention.
Sermon Preached on the Feast of Absalom Jones at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City (Episcopal Diocese of New York)
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