You don’t have to walk on water. Trust the One who can. Do not be afraid.
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Just as our sacred services have continued, so has the work around the parish buildings and grounds.
I pray that we will continue to recognize God in the midst of the struggle. I pray that we will continue to say with Jacob, “I will not let you go, until you bless me.”
Stay safe, stay energized, and stay faithful to our mission, loving God and neighbor alike.
As a Spiritual Director, I spend a lot of time studying and talking about prayer. One of the first things I ask of a directee is to tell me about their prayer life. Sometimes the response is “I don’t know how” or “I don’t have time.” Neither response is a surprise. Our culture encourages us …
Your ancient ruins shall be rebuilt; you shall raise up the foundations of many generations; you shall be called the repairer of the breach, the restorer of streets to live in. – Isaiah 58:12 This month marks my 18th year as Director of Youth Formation at St. Peter’s! It is truly remarkable that St. Peter’s clergy, …
The Church is a place of redemption, forgiveness, and reconciliation. Judgment and condemnation is not our mission. That alone belongs to God. Let weed and wheat grow together.
When people ask how I decided to become a church musician, I often respond “I was born into it.” As a child, I was baptized Roman Catholic, and, along with my siblings, attended church weekly with my father. And when I say “weekly,” I mean every single week, with very few exceptions. The only acceptable …
If there is one thing that has become absolutely clear to me over the last several months, it is how much we need one another.
I joined the HUGS staff in 2015, mostly to understand the love and transformative experiences our youth describe. I found HUGS Camp to be God’s Kingdom on earth, where one can experience the world as God intends it to be.