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The great choice: The great replacement or the great commission?

By Pamela A. Lewis. One of the most frequently used words in modern English is “great.” It’s an all-purpose adjective we use indiscriminately to define the quality of a wide range of people, places, things, events, and experiences, regardless of whether they deserve such high praise. “Great” has become the ultimate superlative:

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Artists interpret sacrament and nature

“Sacraments reflect church community and how we see ourselves through song, praise, image, prayer, and liturgy. Art is an artist’s testament to our care for one another, our communion with Mother Earth, and our stewardship of the planet. The art and artist commentaries are diverse, as they each illustrate versions and aspects of how we think about the seven sacraments and our mother Earth.”

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Living the 23rd Psalm in the fields of Kansas

Written by Cathleen Chittenden Bascom. Why would Presiding Bishop Michael Curry send a virtual delegation of Episcopalians, including, a theologian, an architect, a state senator, climate scientists, students, priests, and three bishops to the recent U.N. Climate Summit (CoP26)?

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The voice message I will never delete

Written by David Fleenor. I have a voice message saved on my phone that I will never delete. I still get choked up when I listen to it. I received it mid-afternoon on April 7, 2020, as I walked from my office in the Spiritual Care Department at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York to the cafeteria.

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