Bishops blogging, March 13 – House of Bishops

The Rt. Rev. Wayne Smith, Bishop of Missouri, is blogging the House of Bishops meeting. He writes:

This afternoon I took a short course in blogging, offered again by the College for Bishops and led in this instance by Nicholas Knisely, dean of the cathedral in Phoenix and one of the pioneers in staking out a presence for the Episcopal Church on the web. (and member of the Cafe´staff, ed. note) It was very good, compressing a lot of information into a short period of time. So here I am, blogging again, as I am journeying once more on behalf of the Diocese of Missouri. Keeping in touch during these occasional pilgrimages is the purpose of blog, and I am trying to remain faithful.

The Rt. Rev. Kirk Smith, Arizona, who is glad he took his long underwear to Kanuga, includes some video from Kanuga.

The Rt. Rev. Carol Gallagher reflects: As I am now in Kanuga, waiting for the beginning of the House of Bishops, I am thinking how hard it is for us as humans to go through thin times, dark and challenging times, and how easy it is for us to lose faith. And, I also know that these times prepare us for receiving the light again, for embracing the joy, the renewal that is to come. I pray today that we may face the darker times together, holding one another in prayer so that we might together receive the new life that is to come.

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