Simpler Living Tips: Time Stewardship

While we are all aware of stewardship of resources (our own and the earth’s), we may think less about stewardship of time. There is in fact a movement afoot to return to a more sacramental sense of time—time as something God-given, not our own to “spend” as we choose. Some thoughts/questions might flow from this: … READ MORE…

A visit to a sister Cathedral

Cross posted with permission from Friends of Jake, where blogger IT blogs about her travels with her wife BP. This weekend BP and I visited family in Portland Oregon. We had a great time, staying downtown in the very funky Ace Hotel, and riding the MAX train everywhere. What a cool city. We could definitely … READ MORE…

The Swap Meet, Revisited

Something over two years ago, I wrote an essay on Kobey’s Swap Meet and I just now re-read it to see not only what I said but also to see what has changed there. Some things have not changed but much has. The current economic downturn, as it is euphemistically called these days, has shifted … READ MORE…

Listening Hearts

Sue Ward writes: You may not be familiar with a very special, somewhat quiet ministry at St. Paul’s called Listening Hearts. Listening Hearts helps us face questions, problems or decisions that defy our usual abilities to reason, sift, assess and cope. We all want to be guided by God in making life’s difficult decisions, but … READ MORE…

Meet Christine D’Amico

Hello St. Paul’s Cathedral! Well I have been working as your part time Associate for Children, Youth and Family for about a month now, and I am having a great time getting to know many of you better. We have fantastic youth volunteers, wonderful children, and super cool youth! I already feel very blessed to … READ MORE…

Simpler living ministry:welcome!

Hello, My name is Grace van Thillo and I’m a member of St. Paul’s Simpler Living Ministry, assisting the committee by gathering creation care and eco-justice resources that we can put into prayer and practice across our St. Paul’s community, home and city. Our group met initially in response to last year’s study of Michael … READ MORE…

What is an Episcopalian? Harold’s story

Perhaps you’ve recently seen, here and there around the Cathedral campus and in the weekly bulletins, some notices announcing the 2010 sessions of “What is an Episcopalian?” and wondered to yourself, just what that was all about.Well, it’s a series of forums, spaced usually one per week, which gives an overview of our Church: its … READ MORE…

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