O Wisdom (Creation Care O Antiphons)

The Simpler Living committee has curated a collection of O Antiphons taken from St Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral, Seattle’s 2019 advent for our season. Each Thursday we will include our own meditation/reflections related to creation care. You can follow along each Thursday. O WISDOM, you came forth from the mouth of the Most High, and reach … READ MORE…

Caring For Each Other

It’s encouraging that our Cathedral is offering safe and well thought out transitions to ultimately gathering as before.  Still, some of us aren’t comfortable with any in person (albeit socially distanced) events: so this might be a perfect time for individuals to reach out to others (particularly our older and single Cathedral members and friends): … READ MORE…

A letter from Daniel McMillan

Dear People of St. Paul’s Cathedral, I first wanted to thank you for the love, support, and prayers I have received from you all since arriving at Church Divinity School of the Pacific (CDSP). I must admit there were and are times when I ask myself, “What in the world am I doing here?”  But … READ MORE…

The Bishop of New York Speaks

This is an excerpt from a message that The Right Reverend Andrew ML Dietsche sent to the people of New York (his diocese) on August 30. The Peace and Justice Committee commends it. Read the entire letter here. Black Lives MatterThere is a litany of names, victims of institutional violence against Black people in America, … READ MORE…

Simpler Living Sustainable Recipes

As we continue to cook more from home whether due to quarantine, safety or any other reason, Simpler Living though it would be timely to share some sustainable recipes.  Included below are recipes for: Tomate Basil Pasta Chana Masala Chili Cheese Nachos All-Purpose “Cheese” Sauce  Remember to cook between the hours of 10am and 2pm … READ MORE…

Dean Letter: Flexible Seating in the Nave: Q&A

From the Dean:  For some years I have been posing the question about replacing our fixed pews with more flexible seating. Here are my reasons:  The flexibility afforded by chairs will allow us to create different formats for worship and concerts. It will also open up the possibilities for bringing non-ecclesiastical activities into the cathedral, such as galas … READ MORE…

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