At The Episcopal Academy we make every intention to inspire our students to care across differences.
When I was a child growing up in Philadelphia, I respected a man who lived across the street from me named Mr. Weaver.
We live in a culture in which money seems to be the answer to all our problems.
Since Lawrence was the chief financial officer in Rome, he was given the option by the Roman prefect to surrender the “treasures of the church” and receive his freedom or resist and be put to death.
What I remember most about learning my catechism as a child is memorizing facts about why God loved me.
My fondest memories of my father focus on the times we worked together. My father knew how to fix everything
When I think of The Feast of the Presentation of our Lord, I can’t help recalling the offertories I have witnessed in Haiti.
Our students at The Episcopal Academy know about waiting.
As Christians, Saint Andrew reminds us that following Christ requires us to surrender our need for notoriety and acclaim.
I approach the Blessing of the Animals as an opportunity to share the reality that we are stewards of creation.