Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (May 1, 1881 – April 10, 1955) lived a full and varied life.
Florence both challenges and inspires me. This week I’m reflecting specifically on what her life means for me when it comes to raising my own children.
To remember Cornelius is to celebrate courage persevering through prejudice and how God’s love can overcome our blindness.
Halloween isn’t about a godless world ruled by evil and dark spiritual forces. It’s precisely the opposite.
“Please use caution when opening overhead bins as items may have shifted.” That’s how this past year or more has felt for me.
I had something curious happen to me this past week, and it’s made me pay attention and wonder how the events of this past year are affecting not only me, but all of us.
On this day, the Episcopal Church remembers Saint George, and I take some comfort in the complexity of his remembrance in Christian memory.
oday, the Episcopal Church commemorates Timothy and Titus, two companions of Saint Paul. Timothy and Titus were younger believers whom Paul entrusted with leadership responsibilities in the early Church. They were companions and fellow workers with Paul in ministry, but what strikes me most today is that they were also his spiritual children.
We were at Chik-Fil-A with my younger child for dinner. Earlier that day I had listened to a podcast that mentioned the Big Bang and I asked the kids if they knew about it. They both said no. So I explained the Big Bang and this is how the conversation went.
O God of justice and compassion, you put down the proud and mighty from their place, and lift up the poor and the afflicted: We […]