Day: January 8, 2011

Episcopalians praying for their friends in Sudan

People across the United States are holding the citizens of Sudan in prayer this weekend. For many Episcopalians, the vote on partition tomorrow isn’t just a news story, it’s a matter of personal concern because of their friendship with many Sudanese.

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What will I become? A decade with God’s call

Over the course of the semester, “what do I want to do with the rest of my life” became “what does God want me to do with the rest of my life.” With this new paradigm, my heart and mind became open to new possibilities—or to what I thought were new possibilities. Upon further reflection, I have discovered that this new and exciting avenue, becoming a priest, is actually the earliest path open to me that I had ignored for years.

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A great Sea of Being

God always was, and always is, and always will be. Or rather, God always Is. For Was and Will be are fragments of our time, and of changeable nature, but He is Eternal Being. And this is the Name that He gives to Himself when giving the Oracle to Moses in the Mount. For in Himself He sums up and contains all Being,

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