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Obedience, Not Ritual, Proper 17 (B) – 2012

September 02, 2012

[…] obey. Our rituals in the Episcopal Church are so beautiful, so full of meaning. Our Book of Common Prayer is filled with exquisite prayers. And then we leave church and go back to […]

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Christ’s Own for Ever, Epiphany 1 (B) – 2018

January 07, 2018

[…] include opera, fine dining, and boating. Sermon-English-Epiphany-1B-2018Download From the Thanksgiving over the Water in The Book of Common Prayer . Daniel V. Stevick, Baptismal Moments; Baptismal Meanings (New York: Church Hymnal Corporation, 1987), […]

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A Good and Joyful Thing: Advent Meditation, 12/20/2012

December 20, 2012

[…] humbled himself to share our humanity, your Son Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen ( Book of Common Prayer, p. 252).

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TREC issues A Letter to The Episcopal Church

September 4, 2014

[…] mission of “restoring all people to unity with God and one another in Christ” ( Book of Common Prayer, p. 855). –    Specific examples of what the churchwide structure must and should do […]

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Transformation, Last Sunday in Epiphany (A) – 2017

February 26, 2017

[…] to persevere, something bestowed on all of us in our Baptism (see page 308 in The Book of Common Prayer). The same God who presides at the Transfiguration of Jesus and promises us that […]

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End of 115th Congress Updates

December 17, 2018

[…] that they may enact such laws as shall please thee, to the glory of thy Name and the welfare of this people; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. The Book of Common Prayer, pg. 821

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Extravagant Love, Monday in Holy Week – 2020

April 06, 2020

[…] us through the year, in addition to the many rites and prayers included in our Book of Common Prayer and its supplements. There are several pastoral offices in our prayer book that are […]

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