Ordinary Time is the part of the liturgical calendar that falls outside the major seasons such as Advent, Epiphany, Lent, and Easter. Ordinary time begins with the passing of the Day of Pentecost and continues until the First Sunday of Advent, and is the longest season of the church year. 

While the term is used by the

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You may have seen this Lenten frontal in Trinity Church or in the live streamed worship services.

A frontal is essentially a tablecloth or an adornment for the altar. Originally the coverings—which can be cloth, precious metal, or decorated wood—covered all sides of an altar. In the middle ages, when altars were pushed back against the wall,

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by Daniel Simons

Last week I pulled out my walking boots and set off on another journey with the same group of Trinity pilgrims who last year walked the Camino to Santiago de Compostela. This time we were making an urban pilgrimage in our own city, and we walked for a couple of late-autumn/early-winter hours up the greenway of the west side of upper

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