Today we celebrate the commemoration of Saint Hildegard of Bingen, a woman offering so many gifts to the church that they are hard to list.
Lately, I’ve gotten into gardening. We are lucky enough to live in a home on a church property, with places around the property where we can garden.
This end-of-year sprint is familiar territory for all of us. And still, every year it rolls around and surprises us.
There’s more than one way to make your family’s Advent wreath.
Not long ago, I was a farmer. These days, it seems like a victory just to get dinner on the table.
As we see the green Sundays of Ordinary Time stretching out before us, I am so very ready to focus on slow growth.
If you’ve ever watched a little seedling nose its way up through the earth like a tiny miracle, then you know what it’s like to witness the power of God working through us in ways more impossible than you could imagine.
The Episcopal Church celebrates the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary on May 31. How might you prepare to celebrate the feast at home?
In a difficult time, Earth Day reminds us to get ourselves and our kids into the dirt for health and healing.
St. Mark’s feast day is April 25th. Celebrate the saint by preparing Sautéed Mustard Greens and reflecting on the parable included in his Gospel.