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Take a breath- all will be well!


From: Fr. Scott [mailto:sleannah=earthlink.net@mail74.atl31.mcdlv.net] On Behalf Of Fr. Scott Sent: Monday, April 9, 2018 1:23 PM To: sleannah@earthlink.net Subject: Take a breath- all will be well! View this email in your browser Take a breath…celebrate…all will be well Hello All; … Continue reading

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when I am the measure of all things, there’s bound to be distortion


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God regarded her lowliness (Luke 1:48)


From “The Naked Now” by Richard Rohr, OFM You must seek to be a blank slate. You must desire to be written on. No choosing of this or that. Not, “I am good because.” Nor “I am not good because” … Continue reading

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Tidiness and Godliness


Some of the people in my life give me a hard time about being tidy. I have to admit that one of the first things I did when I arrived at St. Mary’s was to begin cleaning & tidying up. … Continue reading

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Primary day and God’s work in the world


My bulletin column for Sunday April 10. The two readings I cite are Acts 9:1-20 and John 21:1-19 Today is Tuesday, November 5 – the day that we in Wisconsin are voting for a variety of elected offices as well … Continue reading

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Some Advice on Prayer from St. Teresa of Avila


“The first thing I wish to discuss, as far as my limited understanding will allow, is the nature of the essence of perfect prayer. For I have come across some people who believe that the whole thing consists in thought; … Continue reading

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A Word from the Episcopal Bishops of the United States, part II


Here’s the text: A Word from the Episcopal Bishops of the United States, gathered in retreat at Camp Allen Conference Center in Navasota, TX March 11-15: On Good Friday the ruling political forces of the day tortured and executed an … Continue reading

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A Statement from the Episcopal Bishops of the United States, meeting in retreat in Navasota, TX, March 11-15


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Syrian Refugees – a statement from our Presiding Bishop


Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael B. Curry addresses the current Syrian refugee crisis: “Be not afraid!” Often in the gospels, fear grips the people of God, and time and again, … Continue reading

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the narrow way


“Realize that to know Christ you must lead a dying life. The more you die to yourself, the more you will live unto God. You will never enjoy heavenly things unless you are ready to suffer hardship for Christ. Nothing … Continue reading

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