Joan Chittister uses the image of a waterwheel when she describes the liturgical calendar: the movement is slow, steady and continuous. By Libi Clifford
Thanksgiving and praise. This was my first response to our celebration on January 25 at St. Paul’s Cathedral as I was ordained bishop and seated as the 14th Bishop of Huron. By Bishop Todd Townshend
Every year we have a little pocket of time in mid-winter that falls between the Christmas celebrations and the beginning of Lent. I can’t think of a better time to escape into the realms of fantasy literature. By Laurel Pattenden
When triggered, waves of emotion can swamp our carefully constructed sense of self. We then wrestle to right ourselves. By Rev. Jim Innes
Churches love to say that we are friendly and welcoming. All the same, we must continually ask ourselves are there limits to our welcoming. By Rev. Chris Brouillard-Coyle.
“You speak in my heart and say, ‘Seek my face.’ Your face, Lord, will I seek.” (Psalm 27:11) By Rev. Canon Val Kenyon
May our proclamation be sincere and spirited. And may the Force be with us: By Rev. Matthew Kieswetter