My reflection for June 28th
We continue our celebration of the lesser feasts and fasts with the Nativity of John the Baptist
My reflection for 21 June inspired by Matthew 10:24-39; “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.”
My weekly celebration of the saints; this week we celebrate Bernard Mizeki, missionary and martyr in Zimbabwe
“And even as we lament our exile and long for return; we have seen that many of our neighbors are not lamenting exile but instead they long for exodus. They have lifted their cries of frustration and anger, and though it has seemed for so long that those cries have fallen into the wells of silence; they have been heard, they have been heard by God.”
This week we celebrate the life of St Columba, Irish missionary to Britain
My weekly devotional celebrating the holy women and men honored by the Episcopal church; this week we remember the Martyrs of Uganda
Pentecost then is as much a call for us to take up God’s justice as our own cause as it is anything else. The Holy spirit is working, has always worked to give life, real meaningful life for every person.
My weekly devotional video celebrating the holy women and men honored by the Episcopal Church. This week we celebrate Augustine, first Archbishop of Canterbury and missionary to the English.
We remember the Ascension of Christ and St Peter’s words of encouragement in a time of trial