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Archbishop of Canterbury’s closing sermon from the Lambeth Conference

Because in this command, ‘do not fear’, our eyes are opened to God’s promise.  We are called again to conversion to life, a conversion that daily says to us that we should pray to God: ‘I trust you. To hear my prayers, my protests, my praises, my laments, to hear my heart crying out to you in anger’ that says, whatever happens I trust that in some wonderful and mysterious way you feed me for eternity

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Artist interprets icons as a ‘longing for the divine’

By Solange De Santis. Worshipers and visitors to the main sanctuary, community center and chapel at Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Darien, Conn. are encountering a major, 100-piece art exhibit by Ludmila Pawlowska, an artist with Ukrainian roots who is dedicating 60% of any sales to Ukrainian refugee relief.


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It’s summer time! Time for summer reading

Summer is here and time to relax with a good book to take you to far away places, or help you get caught up with day-to-day topics of interest. Episcopal Journal offers an assortment of books to perk your interest.

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Those of us who defend abortion rights are deeply concerned for the dignity of women

By Lynn Shuler Teague

One of the many things I value about the Episcopal Church is its official position that women should have moral agency in the difficult issue of abortion. The teachings of our Church tell us that abortion is not to be used for “mere convenience” or as a substitute for birth control. However, the Church affirms the dignity and bodily autonomy of those who are pregnant and clearly opposes legislation to prohibit abortion.

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Faith to Go: Too Much to Bear

This week Faith To Go formation team members David Tremaine and Charlette Preslar discuss Jesus’ teaching about the relationship between the Father, the Spirit of Truth, and himself and what it means for our lives today.

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Cocoa the Wonder Cat

“Animals are footprints of God.”  Martin Luther Scripture hints that God presents himself to us through his creatures with Balaam. His donkey stopped because an

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On the Road to Jericho

Luke 10:25-37 On the Jericho road his luck ran out.The air above the beaten track shimmeredand hissed like a snake. One sandallay in the center

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