4 Lent, Year A: Beautiful Eyes
We want to explain suffering to protect ourselves from it. Jesus enters our suffering to heal us and to make us heralds of the gospel.
3 Lent, Year A: Need and God
There are many reasons to be in church, but one of the most important is that we should ask again for a heart of flesh, a heart pure and responsive to God.
Frank T. Griswold, 25th Presiding Bishop, 1937-2023
He served from 1998 to 2006, and supported the 2003 consecration of the Episcopal Church’s first openly gay bishop
Florida Standing Committee Renews Its Vow to Pursue Consent
By Kirk Petersen Battle lines have been drawn and trenches are being fortified in the Diocese of Florida, in a struggle with ramifications well beyond diocesan borders. Some readers no doubt will think it’s inappropriate to discuss God’s church in such militaristic terms. They may be right. Unfortunately, the metaphor fits quite well. The confrontation […]
Employment Judge Rules Against Dismissed School Chaplain
By Douglas LeBlanc The Rev. Dr. Bernard Randall has lost his case against Trent College Limited after he was reported to Prevent, a UK anti-terrorist police unit, and dismissed from his role as school chaplain. In his case, Randall made claims of direct discrimination, indirect discrimination, harassment, victimization, and unfair dismissal. Employment Judge Victoria Butler […]
Waxing the Surfboard at Holy Trinity, West Palm Beach
In Search of Growth: “We are here to talk about eternal things, and we are here to talk about your things.”
2 Lent, Year A: Motion and Stasis
Love of God is first in the order of commanding; the love of neighbor is, however, first in the order of doing