Warden’s Column – March 25, 2022

Greetings Cathedral family. My name is Sara Nerbetski, and I am your new Jr. Warden. I am very excited to be able to serve on the Vestry. Being new to the Cathedral and the Vestry, I look forward to engaging with many of you for guidance on my journey. I have served...

Vestry Notes – March 18, 2022

We’re deep into the season of lent now. It’s always been a season to slow down and reflect, and this year brings with it so many things to consider. As a faith community, we have so many things to be thankful for and to look forward to. Our church is undergoing a...

From the Clergy – February 11, 2022

From the Reverend Spencer W. Brown I recently came across an article I saved almost ten years ago that discussed the microscopic structures of dried human tears. This article from Smithsonian Magazine is much more than a dry article about the structure of human tears...

From the Director of Music – February 4, 2022

Discipleship through Music  - by Canon Dr. Maxine Thevenot “Everything is liturgy; every act, whether public or private, sacred or profane is a liturgy, a series of actions that forms us into a kind of person. What kind of person we are shaped into is dependent on the...

From the Dean – January 21, 2022

From the Very Reverend Kristina Maulden A few words on grief I wanted to express my thanks to all of you for your prayers, cards and kind words at the loss of my Father in December. I felt those prayers in my spirit as I travelled back and forth to Tucson, while he...

Vestry Notes – January 14, 2022

From Allan Stevens, Junior Warden It’s a team effort maintaining and improving our Cathedral and everyone in the parish is a member of the team. It’s our “home” and we all need to contribute to the improvement of the church. Here are some of the highlights of our...

Vestry Notes – January 7, 2022

From Zac Van Note, Senior Warden It has been a while since I’ve written a column for the weekly Cathedral News, and as a vestry, we’re aiming to communicate more regularly and directly in 2022. The plan is that we’ll have alternating members of the lay leadership team...

From the Dean – December 17, 2021

What is Christmas?   Remember. A gift and a promise A child of grace of prophecy of impossibility of enormous potential Angels heard praising God in the cold night with stars for company Shepherds, sheep, sleepy and amazed follow and see incarnate joy Crowded...

From the Dean – December 3, 2021

From The Very Rev. Kristina Maulden Preparing the Way The first week of Advent is almost over. I hope you have had a moment to slow down and spend some time pondering this time of expectancy and hope. I have been sharing on social media meditations on the words...

From the Dean – November 27, 2021

From the Very Rev. Kristina Maulden Gratitude This is the time of year when we celebrate a moment of giving thanks. I would like to suggest that being thankful is beneficial all the time. I wanted to share with you some thoughts from Scripture about gratitude. The...


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