From the Dean – April 24, 2020

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden This past month has been the most peculiar time I can remember. So many emotions come and go for me.  There is anxiety, anger, frustration and grief.  But there are other moments that have brought me laughter and joy.  In our...

Warden’s Column – April 24, 2020

“…….we must learn to live in the tragic gap, faithfully holding the tension between reality and possibility, without letting cynicism or idealism take us out of the action. Idealism is important, but it needs to be tempered by acceptance of life’s tragic dimensions.´...

Warden’s Column – April 17, 2020

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, … it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, …” —A Tale of Two Cities, Charles Dickens The last month has been a difficult time, at the Cathedral, and around the globe....

From the Dean – April 3, 2020

Dear Cathedral Family, Indeed, we are living in confusing and troubling times.  It has been a difficult adjustment for many of us.  We are all grieving being separated from each other and are unable to worship together in person in our sacred space.  We are missing...

Warden’s Update – March 26, 2020

We are in this together. The past few weeks have been unprecedented. We have all been bombarded by daily news from around the world about the COVID-19 pandemic. Like it or not, we’ve all been affected by the coronavirus, whether physically, psychologically,...

From the Clergy – March 8, 2020

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden Like broken memories of many a heart Woven into one; to which no firm assurance, So wild were they, could her own faith impart. -Shelley Broken or forgotten memories. Diana Butler Bass makes the case that the Christian Church is...