The season of Lent is a gently shifting lens at Saint Michael’s.
As our daughters grow, we have engaged in many conversations around our family values.
In Search of Renewal: Remembering Emily Malbone Morgan
When I was young, my grandmother hinted that maybe I would be the first person in our family to be ordained.
Just Like The Movies: The Many Stories of Nicholas, Bishop of Myra
One of the other wonderful things about having so many ways to tell a story is that we can think creatively about how to share them in our own families and communities.
Not that Kind of King
We’re almost there: the ending of the season after Pentecost which is also the beginning of Advent and a new Church Year. But, as we move into this final Green Growing Sunday, we also encounter a potential stumbling block.
I Almost Missed the Wonderment and the Magnificent!
Hurrying around the parish campus, trying to get ready for our patron feast, Saint Michael’s Day, I would have easily missed something wonderful!
Co-Creating A Christian Life: Dispatches from the Wild Goose Festival
The simplest way I can describe Wild Goose is a progressive Christian festival, an ecumenical experience that can house exvangelicals on deconstruction journeys alongside various mainstream protestants, Catholics, Quakers, and the unaffiliated.
The Prodigal Son & The Disney Princess
When we read Bible stories, we always want to cast ourselves as favorably as possible. Sure, we might not be the Forgiving Father – that’s clearly Jesus casting himself in his story, right? – but we could at least be the forgiven son. Except we usually aren’t.
How do you talk to your young children about war?
I cannot fix this world for my sweet babies, but I can make sure they know their own place in working for peace.
Preach the truth as if you had a million voices
In a short life of 33 years, Saint Catherine of Siena never seems to have wasted a moment.