Bishop Hughes suggests that we can nurture our spiritual lives by following Mary's example, when she "treasured all these words and pondered them in her heart."
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Carlye J. Hughes's blog
Except for the very organized folks, I imagine most of us are in final preparation mode for Christmas celebrations.
As we enter into the seasons of Advent, Christmas and Epiphany and celebrate them in community, Bishop Hughes encourages us to invite someone to join us.
You are in my prayers this holiday. I hope your celebrations are filled with love, laughter, and a really good meal!
Reflecting on her own experience as a newcomer to this diocese, Bishop Hughes asks "How can we prepare a spot for newcomers and strangers to belong?"
Today I am 60! Yay for me and for the many groups of people who have helped me get safely to this age. As our nation continues down a path of rationalizing hatred, I cannot help but think about the ways history has affected my life.
In her first post, Bishop Carlye Hughes says, "We have found something together, and we have found something wonderful, and we will continue to find things as God guides us into ministry."