Seminary Snapshot: The School for Ministry

Two of the Cathedral’s seminarians, Chris Harris and Richard Lee, are attending the new Diocesan School for Ministry.  This is a new way of doing seminary, different from the full time residential graduate programs.  At the School, students meet on Saturdays, all day, for a 14 week semesters, while continuing in their regular jobs during … READ MORE…

Murder at the Cathedral!

Join members of the Diocese for a special performance of Pizzetti’s Murder in the Cathedral on Friday, April 5, 2013 at 7 p.m. at the Civic Theatre in downtown San Diego. Tickets Available Via Special Website with a 20% discount on most areas. There’s also: An  exclusive Community Conversation to be held in St. Paul’s … READ MORE…

A week in the life of Bishop Mathes

Do you ever wonder what a bishop does? We asked our Bishop James Mathes to describe an average week in his life, and he kindly sent us this description: On Sunday mornings, I spend time with a different congregation each week. These visitations are a great source of joy for me. They are a time … READ MORE…

Convention Report: The Right Person for the Right Job at the Right Time

When I was a young man transplanted from what was then a very provincial Southern California to NYC, the center of urbanity; I was assigned as a training exercise the presentation a motivational speech to a group of rookie colleagues. I punched all the old buttons I remembered from orientation talks, kitchen table parental talks … READ MORE…

Christmas around the Diocese

I think one of the coolest things about being an Episcopalian is that we are more than just our own church. We are a diocese, which extends from North County San Diego to the Mexico-US border, from the Pacific Ocean to Yuma, Arizona. We encompass San Diego, Riverside, Imperial Counties and Yuma, Arizona, with the … READ MORE…

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