Random Thoughts Some of you have already reported to me that this year, Holy Week and Easter at St Martin’s had special quality. No doubt this has much to do with Fr Bill+, whose reputation for liturgical sensitivity is well earned. I also want to say how appreciative I am Bill+, for your generous invitation … More A Sermon for Low Sunday
Meditation for Good Friday. Some say love it is a river that drowns the tender reed, some say love it is a razer that leaves your soul to bleed, some say love it is a hunger an endless aching need … We are required to go deeper, beyond being spectators recalling Jesus’ suffering on his … More Jesus: Less Hero than Human
Previously Since the second Sunday of Lent we have been journeying with Jesus through the eyes of John the Evangelist, the writer of the Fourth Gospel. John does not follow the same gospel structure, first developed by the Evangelist Mark, and followed with some additions and variations of emphasis, by both Matthew, and Luke. Instead, … More Lazarus, Come Hither!
Spiritual Practice Introduction Spiritual Practice lies at the very heart of what it means to be an Episcopalian. Our Anglican Tradition of spirituality has deep roots in the ancient Benedictine spirituality that came to be one of the chief characteristics of English Christianity. This ancient spirituality was given a reemphasis at the English Reformation, particularly … More Christian Essentials 101: Spiritual Practice