From the Dean – September 18, 2020

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden “Are you envious because I am generous?” This little phrase is found in our Gospel for Sunday.  It comes at the end of a parable, where a landowner hires workers throughout the day to work in a vineyard. Everyone received the same...

From the Clergy – September 11, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer Brown Churches are unique communities. That one sentence could sum up many of our thoughts of church. Being such a unique community brings many blessings and many blessings in disguise. We often do what we can to focus on the blessings,...

From the Clergy – September 4, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer Brown What is sin? Our catechism defines sin as, “the seeking of our own will instead of the will of God, thus distorting our relationship with God, with other people, and with all creation” (BCP 848). This is pretty serious stuff, and yet we...

From the Clergy – August 28, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer Brown Are we really willing to take up the cross, knowing we are going to suffer? There is so much before us in the news, in our city, state, country, and world. Hearts are broken, joyful announcements made, and we respond in our own ways. I have...

From the Clergy – August 28, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer Brown Are we really willing to take up the cross, knowing we are going to suffer? There is so much before us in the news, in our city, state, country, and world. Hearts are broken, joyful announcements made, and we respond in our own ways. I have...

Warden’s Column – August 21, 2020

“I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself.” – Maya Angelou Your vestry has been working closely with Dean Kristi through the Summer to devise a safe and creative Phase 2 reopening plan for the Cathedral. During phone calls and in vestry...