The Warmth of God’s Saints

All Saints is one of my very, very favorite liturgical celebrations. It is a ritual that was introduced to me in the liturgical laboratory of my seminary. Sitting in James Memorial Chapel, I experienced for the very first time what it means to call upon such a great cloud of witnesses. Tears rolled down myContinue reading “The Warmth of God’s Saints”

Mother’s Day is NOT a Liturgical Holiday

It was months ago when I agreed to preach on the second Sunday in May. I said yes ever so willingly. I was just so thrilled to be preaching again after this new reality seeking (im)possible things. I didn’t realize then what is all too real now. The second Sunday in May is Mother’s Day.Continue reading “Mother’s Day is NOT a Liturgical Holiday”