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On the 40th anniversary of women's ordination, Leah Reddy sat down with the Rev. Emily Wachner to discuss her call to the priesthood. 

When did you decide to become a priest?

I grew up liberal Roman Catholic, and even though it was liberal, being a priest was never part of my thought process. It wasn’t a career option. In 7th grade I remember taking a vocations test. It’s something that Catholic school children take—women to see if their suited to

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Click here to access The Lectionary Page, where you can find a liturgical calendar for upcoming weeks, with links to the lessons from the Revised Common Lectionary. 

 

Click here to read Father Daniel Simons' reflections on the day.

On Saturday July 19, Daniel Levatino, Trinity Cemetery Director, welcomed more than two dozen guests to the Planting of the Living Tribute Tree: A Service of Dedication and Remembrance,

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Trinity parishioner Leah Kozak is a student at New York Theological Seminary (NYTS). For the past year she has been volunteering with The Micah Institute. Born out of the NYC Living Wage campaign and in the spirit of Micah 6:8, the mission of The Micah Institute is to educate and equip faith leaders to fight poverty and injustice. Jeremy Sierra interviewed her about her involvement.

How did you become involved in the Micah Institute?

My interest in organizing

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Mission and Service Trip participants. From left to right: Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, the Rev. Benjamin Musoke Lubega, Justine Willy, Maggy Charles, Prisca Doh, Barbara Ennis, Mike Hogan, Sister Promise Atelon. Not pictured: Marcel Havyarimana and Brian Fish, who took the picture.  

 

Maggy Charles: Sharing Stories 

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The New York Times recently discovered what many at Trinity have learned firsthand: Sister Tesa, founder of Hour Children, is changing the lives of women in Long Island City. 

Sister Teresa Fitzgerald founded Hour Children 27 years ago to help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children, providing housing, job training, childcare, and more. Much of the work

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Trinity Wall Street’s Transformational Fellows, Class of 2014-2015, are members of the Anglican Church in Zambia.  The Rev. Emmanuel Chikoya, Susan Mambo Chulu, and Evans Mwewa will utilize grants from Trinity to spend the next year exploring ways to improve their ministry.  This is a series of web segments to introduce the fellows, and

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By Jim Melchiorre

Pope Francis I addressed the topic in a statement. The Most Rev. Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, released suggestions for specific prayers.  These renowned church leaders were not talking about war, hunger, or economic inequality, even though both have shown no reluctance to tackle those evils.

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Many school students in Lower Manhattan cannot afford to buy school supplies, which can lead to a scholastic disadvantage. For $17, you can purchase online one Totes for Teachers school supply kit that will go directly to a public school teacher and support students in need in the classroom.

The kit provides pencils, paper, and other materials so that the whole classroom can have an equal opportunity to succeed. The supplies you donate will help schools in Lower Manhattan that are

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If you have questions on the Rector transition that are not addressed in this document please email them to Nathan Brockman: nbrockman@trinitywallstreet.org.

Who is the next Rector?

Trinity’s 18th Rector is the Very Rev. Dr. William Lupfer. Dr. Lupfer is currently serving as the Dean of Trinity Cathedral

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