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Glass Stations of the Cross shine online

Station 1-Jesus is condemned to dearth, stained glass by Sister Gerardine Mueller By Sharon Sheridan COVID-19 temporarily derailed a scheduled Stations of the Cross installation at a new Episcopal chapel in New Jersey. But thanks to technology, Episcopalians throughout the Diocese of Newark have had an opportunity to view and pray…

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“The Black Church” includes an Episcopal presence

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry appears in “The Black Church: This is Our Story, This is our Song,” interviewed by Prof. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Photo/Henry Louis Gates, Jr. via Facebook By Episcopal Journal Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry is among the faith figures in “The Black Church: This is Our Story,…

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Why I love Lent

“Ash Wednesday,” Carl Spitzweg, oil on canvas, 1860. Image/Staatsgalerie Stuttgart/Wikiart By Pamela A. Lewis Pamela Lewis It seems only a few days ago that I took down my Christmas wreath, put away the elf on the shelf (I know – it’s a bit creepy, but it’s still…

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Why Christmas movies are so appealing this holiday season

    James Stewart and Donna Reed star in the 1946 classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Photo/RKO Pictures/Archive Photos/Moviepix/Getty Images By S. Brent Rodriguez-Plate With the pandemic limiting travel over the holiday season, many Americans will be settling in front of the television to watch their favorite holiday movies, along with…

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Why I still watch ‘Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown’

By Pamela A. Lewis Pamela Lewis Like many Americans of my generation, I have been a big fan of “Peanuts,” the cartoon created by the late Charles Schulz. As a kid, I impatiently awaited the delivery of the Sunday papers so I could turn immediately to the page where Charlie Brown,…

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