Leek and Yoghurt Soup with Dried Mint Recipe Source: Moro: The Cookbook, by Sam and Sam Clark Serves 4 Ingredients 50g butter 3 tablespoons olive oil 4…… Read more “A Lent Sur La Table Soup Recipe”
I was just signing off my email with the default closing I use for church work with people I haven’t yet hosted at a dinner party. Yours…… Read more “Typos”
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Dear friend, I don't usually comment on the weekly lectionary readings after hearing my husband preach them. I most often express my opinions through the subtle work… Read more "Parts, Parenthood, and Pain"
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Well, we certainly took quite a summer hiatus from writing here, didn’t we? After a conversation with a new fellow-clergy-spouse friend in the Convocation of Episcopal Churches…… Read more “Oof.”
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Remembering History Herodotus of Halicarnassus is generally credited as being the “Father of History,” because he was the first writer in the West to employ a method…… Read more “Remembering History”
At 9:30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, St. Paul’s Within the Walls Episcopal Church in Rome, Italy offers a morning office of Contemplative Prayer. It’s kind of awkward…… Read more “Meditation: When there are… too many notes”