Advent came a little later than expected this year.
Sandwiched between its higher status siblings Christmas and Lent, Epiphany sometimes feels like the middle child of liturgical seasons.
Our students at The Episcopal Academy know about waiting.
We are waiting, as a family, as a community, as the Body of Christ, in palpable anticipation for the end of this pandemic.
If you find yourself thinking, “Wow, this Mother’s Day is absolutely perfect” you can stop reading.
In the church year, Advent is a season of waiting. It’s a season when we are all encouraged to slow down and exercise our patience muscles in anticipation of the birth of our Savior.
What do you do when you feel empty, and the voice in your head is completely silent?