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By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

Let’s share some good news. It’s time. It’s past time. Let’s name surprise blessings of this complex time.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

More compassion for one does not mean less for another. Case in point: in the loaves and fishes model — generosity only multiplies itself.Read more

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Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

Sometimes, a simple act of kindness can remind you who you are and, perhaps, even more so, who you want to become.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

This week, we have a guest writer: the Rev. Dr. Mark Bozzuti-Jones. Fr. Mark’s prayer, in this season of pandemic and Black Lives Matter protest, has inspired a series of provocative poems about race and racial justice.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

Summertime is family time, pandemic or no pandemic. Vacation plans may change, travel may be a challenge. The desire for togetherness, catching our breath, and finding renewal stays strong, whether in our biological families or the ones we form.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

The Holy Spirit has a wonderful way of turning up when it counts, and the lectionary readings for this week bring home important truths — both hard and encouraging.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

This time of year can be bittersweet for parents and schoolchildren, as are all shared transitions. So much of relationships and life involves rhythms of letting go and starting anew with all of the accompanying uncertainty. And when we feel things like control and familiarity slipping out of our grasp, we instinctively try to tighten our grip.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

“Pain that is not transformed will be transmitted.” —Richard RohrRead more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones, Valerie Smith

In prayer, we invite the light of Christ into our human weakness, to show us the truth, to shine a light on our darkness, to open us to self-knowledge, to strengthen us with the Spirit.Read more

By:
Bob Scott, Kathryn Carroll, Dr. Kathy Bozzuti-Jones

This is such a painful time to be an American, to be a Christian in America, to be a person of faith in America. We cannot look away from the experience of our collective pain. Our collective grief. It is before our very eyes.Read more

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