Becoming Beloved Community: From Reflection to Action

Liturgical Seasons

Stories From The Diocese

The Skin of Our Teeth

The life of the Church in times of crisis – not infallible, but indefectible.

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Don’t Say That Word!

A reflection on letting go of the “A” word during Lent.

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To Turn Around

Repent. It is not a word we are used to hearing or using in everyday life. We don’t commonly ask ourselves or others “Have you repented today?”

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The Color of Wonder

As the natural seasons change the appearance of the world, so too the Church uses color as a way to replenish our spiritual lives.

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Each Grain of Rice

The autumnal equinox was this past Saturday, the 22nd of September, and with it we enter into the glorious season of autumn.  We’re in a time of harvest, of growing coldness and darkness, but also of thanksgiving. 

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The Feast of the Ascension

What does it mean when we say that Jesus ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God? Looking further into this special day of celebration.

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The 50 Day Easter

When we learn to see Easter not only as an event for Jesus but as initiating a process in human and our own personal history, we are on our way to internalizing Easter and living the Resurrection.

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Evangelism and Neighborliness

An update from St. John the Divine, Springfield, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Hereford House Food Pantry

An update from the Hereford House Food Pantry of St. Andrew’s, Portland, recipient of a 2017 Pentecost Offering Grant.

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Becoming Beloved Community: From Reflection to Action

As we approach the end of Lent, our Labyrinth journey has given us truth to recognize and a dream to proclaim. Now, Becoming Beloved Community moves from discernment and reflection into concrete action.

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