Monthly Archives: January 2012

Communion

Moving discreetly, silent as the serifs, she slips between syllables a bright shadow falling unseen, all-seeing, breathing bread to life.

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The Examination

This past Tuesday, I was ordained a priest in Christ’s one holy, catholic and apostolic church. I wish I could say more about it: I’m sure the time will come when I can. That time is not yet. It’s as … Continue reading

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Pre-ordination retreat

With profound thanks to the parish of St James, Wooster, Ohio and their rector, the Rev. Evelyn Manzella for their hospitality; and gratitude to my family for letting me go 🙂 My day typically begins with a cup of tea … Continue reading

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Naturalization

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This morning, I became a US citizen. And registered to vote. Here’s (roughly) how it happened:  

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Windows

While searching for the “perfect” image to grace the cover of my ordination service leaflet, I spent a happy half hour this afternoon taking photos among the stained glass windows of the parish church where I am blessed to serve. I … Continue reading

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Recycled knit stole

A project in progress: clergy stole knit from newspaper delivery bags (hello, Cleveland’s Plain Dealer!) cut and looped together. Seed stitch (k1, p1) over 13 stitches. Seed stitch has the advantage of laying flat. I’m using size 10.5 (6.5mm) needles. … Continue reading

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Snow

Icarus, trying to reach the sun flew too high; frozen, broken, fell.    

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