Like many people in my generation, I was raised with the idea that vulnerability was a weakness. Showing vulnerability was something to be avoided. Many of us were taught that if we were ever feeling vulnerable it was best for us to do everything possible to hide this from others. This mindset regarding vulnerability did not serve us wellRead past editions of the Weekly Words of Wellness
Life-Giving Fruit at St. Mark's Cathedral in Shreveport
A little more than two years ago, when the Very Rev. Alston Johnson arrived to be dean of St. Mark's Cathedral in Shreveport, Louisiana, he knew he wanted to expand its ministry to young families. He wanted St. Mark's to be the go-to church for people...
The Nicholas Center
It took more than 40 years, but the crew at the Episcopal Diocese of Chicago has finally cleaned out the attic.Read Article
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