This weekend we have Fleming Rutledge with us. If you’re reading this electronically it will be happening tomorrow - come! If you’re reading the printed form of this you will already know what an excellent and captivating speaker she was. Her topic is the crucifixion. Not a very cheerful one you might think.
This morning, I woke up to a world blanketed in snow. There is something about snow that slows everything down, causes a sense of wonder, and invites stillness. This is a stillness that I am treasuring and welcoming after a semester that has flown by before my eyes. As I reflect on the semester thus far, my heart is filled with so much love for students and gratitude to serve at Eastern, Immaculata, and Good Sam on a wonderful team.
The Daughters of the King is an international religious order for women, both lay and ordained, who are members of Episcopal, Anglican, Roman Catholic, or Lutheran faiths. We focus on prayer, service, and evangelism. The process of
On Ash Wednesday, March 1, the Good Samaritan community will join with Christians around the world to begin the annual 40-day journey with Jesus through the season of Lent.