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Caring for One Another

Regardless of the candidate for whom each of us voted, most of us today are at the least surprised; and, quite honestly, many of us are deeply saddened. As one of your priests, it is neither my responsibility nor my right ever to support in an official way one candidate over another. I have tried to live by that understanding. That said, no one has ever fallen off the barstool upon learning whom I supported in this election. My reasons were personal, deeply felt, and drawn from what I... Read More
Posted by Robyn Banks at Thursday, November 10, 2016
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The Crazy Logic of Giving

by Mimsy Jones, Archdeacon At age 16, of my own free will, (my parents did not ‘ship me off’), I left home to spend my last two years of high school at St. Catherine’s School in Richmond, Virginia. In spite of having to wear ‘day’ AND ‘night’ uniforms, plus hats (yes, hats) and gloves (I’m not kidding; this was the mid 1950s) to church across the street every Sunday, I loved being at St. Catherine’s.  Looking back and asking... Read More
Posted by Robyn Banks at Monday, November 7, 2016
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