From the Dean – April 2, 2021

Alleluia! He is Risen! I know, for all of you who are reading this on Good Friday, you might be thinking, not yet. And yes, in the liturgical sense, we reserve this for Easter. But, in a deeper sense, Christ is Risen now and always. This is at the foundation of what...

From the Clergy – February 26, 2021

From the Rev. Spencer Brown 2,464,468 steps. The steps taken by the people wandering in the desert? The steps taken to reach the promised land? No…the steps taken by those participating in the virtual pilgrimage last January. Two million, four hundred sixty-four...

From the Dean – February 12, 2021

Lent 2021 is around the corner. It is time again to think on things that keep us from fully experiencing God’s love in our lives. The old saying of “giving something up” for this season may not connect with you. Perhaps the reality of having already given up so much...

From the Clergy – January 15, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer W. Brown What a year 2021 has been so far! We hear cries of those completely “over” this pandemic and ready to resume something close to “normal;” we witness civil and political unrest with calls for unity and peace; we hear of more COVID-related...

From the Clergy – December 18, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer W. Brown Christmas music blares over the loudspeaker in the stores, our eyes are assaulted by colors and “special deals” and food and lights as we try to navigate buying things online. We’re underwhelmed by the distance we must stay from those we...

From the Dean – December 11, 2020

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden Christmas is fast approaching! I wish with all my heart that we would all be together in the Cathedral this December. But, since that is not possible, I hope that all of you will know the grace and joy of Christmas as you celebrate...