Cathedral Chat – November 6, 2020

Elizabeth Bayne, Stewardship Committee Member What does the Cathedral mean to me? HOME My husband, Bill Bayne and I moved to Albuquerque in a cold November of 1974 from Denver. It was a dreary time. The Cathedral was the first church we attended, but it was a...

Warden’s Column – October 30, 2020

This week, I urge you to go out of your way to be kind, find common ground, and pray for your fellow citizens. In a climate of frayed nerves, we’re entering into the final days of this major election cycle. On Tuesday night, some will be joyful. Some will be...

From the Clergy – October 23, 2020

From the Rev. Spencer W. Brown When Lucas and I were dating, I remember exactly when I wanted to use that word that carries so much weight…and baggage. This one word changes how we live together, how we relate to one another, and how we engage with the world, around...

Cathedral Chat – October 25, 2020

From Jordyn Tatum – Choral Scholar Hello, my name is Jordyn Tatum and I am a member of the Cathedral Choir. I feel very fortunate to have grown up at the Cathedral. From a young age I have seen first hand how welcoming the community is. In recent years the...

Cathedral Chat – October 16, 2020

From Charlie Hawkins – Former Senior Warden As an active member of St. John’s Cathedral for 18 years, I’ve had the privilege of singing in the Cathedral Choir, participating in outreach programs and serving in several governance capacities.  When we were...

From the Dean – October 16, 2020

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden The Gospel for this Sunday tells of how the Jewish authorities tried to entrap Jesus. This is the first of three questions that will be put to Jesus. They are looking for ways to get Jesus to discredit himself. They are thinking...