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December 2, 2008

Bulletin inserts from Episcopal Life Weekly for December 14 tell of St. Nicholas, the original Santa Claus; the third-century Bishop of Myra who became a symbol of generosity, goodwill and love for children to Christians throughout the ages.

Bulletin inserts are available here.

February 6, 2008

In celebration of Black History Month, Sewanee's School of Theology will welcome the Rt. Rev. Arthur B. Williams Jr., assisting bishop for the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio, as guest preacher for a February 13 Eucharist service celebrating the life and ministry of the Rev. Absalom Jones, the first...

May 7, 2007

On March 20, as I was reading -- on his day -- about St. Cuthbert of Lindisfarne, I was struck yet again by the cyclical nature of history and of our faith.

Cuthbert (circa 635 A.D. to March 20, 687 A.D.) was the direct Christian heir of Patrick, Columba and Aidan, which means that he...

January 31, 2006

This question is explicitly posed, and left unanswered, in the new agreed statement from the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission titled Mary: Grace and Hope in Christ.

The two doctrines are in question. The doctrine of the Immaculate Conception states “that the most blessed...

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Bulletin Inserts

Each year the Episcopal Church celebrates the Feast Day of Saint Patrick, fifth-century bishop a

On May 8, the church celebrates the Feast of Dame Julian of Norwich, a 15th-century English anch

On April 29, The Episcopal Church celebrates the Feast of St.

On February 13, the church celebrates the Rev.

Jonathan Daniels’ name resonates as one of the civil rights heroes and martyrs of our time.

Saint Clare, born Chiara Offreduccio in 1194, founded what become the Order of Saint Clare (the

Albert John Luthuli was a South African tribal chief, teacher, activist, and politician who prov

Swedish bishop Nathan Söderblom was the first member of the clergy to receive the Nobel Peace Pr

On April 29, The Episcopal Church celebrated the Feast of Catherine of Siena, a fourteenth-centu

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