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From the Rector #22

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Posted by The Reverend Neil A. Willard on

Palmer’s 11:00 AM liturgy on Sundays uses the traditional, poetic language of Rite I. Adorning those beautiful words is the music of Healey Willan as we sing “Glory be to God on high . . .” and “Holy, holy, holy, Lord God of Hosts . . .” Incense is always used at this ...

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From the Rector #21

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Posted by The Reverend Neil A. Willard on

If you walk into the pulpit in the church, you might notice a small brass plaque on top of the railing that is engraved with these words: “. . . we wish to see Jesus.” Those words were spoken to a disciple of Jesus by what the Gospel of John describes as “some Greeks” who ...

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Miracle

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Posted by Lynn Morstead on

It had been a busy day at the Sacred Heart Immigration Respite Center in McAllen, Texas. Approximately 65 clients in the morning and another 25, give or take, in the afternoon wave. We had found a clean change of clothes for everyone from the mountains of donations, given everyone a comforting ...

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From the Rector #20

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Posted by The Reverend Neil A. Willard on

Today is the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks against the homeland of the United States on September 11, 2001. On that morning, four passenger airliners were hijacked and turned into instruments of death, killing nearly 3,000 people and causing the collapse of the twin towers of the World ...

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From the Rector #19

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Posted by The Reverend Neil A. Willard on

In the days leading up to this Labor Day weekend, I was perusing the website of the Theology of Work Project, which reflects on the high calling of our daily work. There I found a prayer that I’ve adapted for us to ponder on the eve of this holiday. Perhaps these words will become your own ...

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God Moves in Mysterious Ways

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Posted by John A. Fields on

Albert Einstein observed that coincidence was God’s way of remaining anonymous. An 18th century English hymn speculates that God moves in mysterious ways. These quotes have a special meaning to me and a place in my faith journey. As a young father with a busy career, I began to question if ...

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