Loneliness and Real Healing

The past two Sundays our priest Associate, and our seminarian have begun their sermons by making fun Of me for assigning them to preach. The Pentecost, fire from on high. The Trinity, a difficult doctrine. Well, there’s some truth to their claims. It’s good to be rector. I did very much enjoy having some timeContinue reading “Loneliness and Real Healing”

The End of Ordinary Time

And so we have come to the end. One last Sunday we sing our Alleluias. We shout with a special measure of joy, because we know what is coming. On Wednesday we will return to church, the clergy will smear ashes on foreheads. We will remember we are dust, to dust we shall return. LentContinue reading “The End of Ordinary Time”

An Anglican Proposal: Lambeth 2020, Bishops’ Spouses, and a call for solidarity with the LGBTQ+ Community

There aren’t too many perks to being a bishop in The Episcopal Church. Sure you get a fancy hat, a nice ring, and a salary that’s on the upper end of the clergy scale. But unlike their counterparts in England, our bishops don’t get a palace or a seat in Parliament. There are even fewerContinue reading “An Anglican Proposal: Lambeth 2020, Bishops’ Spouses, and a call for solidarity with the LGBTQ+ Community”